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There are two types of viewfinders that come with digital cameras. The two types are LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) and optical viewfinders and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Some of the more expensive digital cameras come with both types of viewfinders.
Optical viewfinders are easier to use but may only show 85 % of the final photo. With optical systems you cannot view stored images. However in bright exterior light or dim lighting optical viewfinders are easier to use.
LCD’s will display 95 to 98 % of the final photo. Stored images can be displayed on a LCD and which allows you to scroll through the pictures and discard any unwanted photos or display them as a thumbnail sketches. Bright sunlight will make it difficult to see the images on the LCD however some screens come with an anti-reflective coating. Some LCD’s swivel, like on camcorders, which allows you to view the screen from different angles or a distance. The biggest complaint about LCD’s is that they require a lot of power and drain the batteries quickly.
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