Before linking you to the site’s latest article, Mike Johnston’s excellent —Understanding SLR Viewfinders— you’ve been diverted here instead so that I can take a moment to tell you about something of importance. If you’re already aVideo Journalsubscriber —and thousands are— thank you, and apologies for the interruption. But if you’re not…
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