'Lomochrome Purple (2019) Formula

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Regarding a framing "issue", I wonder if there is any kind of parallax correction in the viewfinder?
automatic or just with an indication on the frame lines.
I suppose you're more used to SLR's with what you see is what you get.
In other kind of viewfinders you have to take the parallax effect into account.
(sorry if I'm stating the obvious :))
 
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Regarding a framing "issue", I wonder if there is any kind of parallax correction in the viewfinder?
automatic or just with an indication on the frame lines.
I suppose you're more used to SLR's with what you see is what you get.
In other kind of viewfinders you have to take the parallax effect into account.
(sorry if I'm stating the obvious :))
I shot these with my Yashica Minister III which actually performs some parallax correction. The problem is with the person behind the lens :bag:.
I've guess I've gotten too used to the gridlines that I've set on my Z 6 and D500. Plus, it also doesn't help that I bounce around from camera to camera as I currently have 4 different rangefinders and a couple of Olympus Trip 35s.
 
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