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Old Jun 8, 2005, 4:03 PM   #1
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From time to time I read, here and elsewhere, complaints/concerns/inquiries about how what you see is not necessarily what you get. However, you usually get at least as much as you see, and that's OK. I have three cameras and have done a viewfinder test on each: 300D aka Digital Rebel, 20D, and 350D aka Rebel XT. The 20D and 350D have a more or less even border, but he 300D is skewed to the right and sits on the bottom. These three images were shot of an Excel (r) spreadsheet on an LCD panel. The outer image is the actual image as captured. The dark part in the center is what I saw in the viewfinder. I did these at different times, so the spreadsheet is not the same on each. FWIW...




This is not life and death info, but good to know. If you are not sure, you might want to check your own. I shot the Rebel and 20D with a Canon 28-135, the XT with the Canon 17-85.

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