In the days of film cameras I used a Nikon F90 and loved it. I’ve never loved my digital Canon EOS as much and one reason is the viewfinder. It’s hard to describe but in the Nikon, the image you see in the viewfinder is much bigger and fuller than in the Canon. The lens is irrelevant since this effect applies even without a lens. To use an analogy, in the Canon it’s like looking out of a tunnel from 20 yards back, but in the Nikon you’re standing right in the tunnel mouth. Or, it’s like sitting closer to your TV screen. Anyway, because the image is so much bigger, it’s easier to compose your shots. But what is the name for this ‘viewfinder image’? I ask because I want to get a new camera and I’d like it to have this ‘big screen’ image in the viewfinder but don’t know what to ask for. Any help much appreciated.