I accidentally touched my cameras sensor with my finger and now i can see there is a large fingerprint right in the middle of the sensor.
How do I clean it off or is there anything I can do to fix it?
How many of them are TTL?
He didn't say the film is there because of the mirror, he said the mirror is there because of the film. Don't pretend to be stupid to win an argument. It just makes you look stupid (go figure)
You can either have a second lens, randfinder/sight or a mirror to redirect the light that would otherwise hit the film/sensor.
But if you're using a digital sensor, you can see the image that is hitting the sensor. There is no need to redirect that light for monitoring purposes.
There can still be advantages to DSLRs, number of lenses for example, but the inclusion of a mirror is because of a limitation that no longer exists.
I love these comebacks. In fact I love the whole this gear vs that gear tribalism. Different camera designs have strengths and weaknesses. Mirrorless makes more sense for digital sensors.
>Different camera designs have strengths and weaknesses
yeah, digital works great and is indeed a need in pro fashion, pro sports and journalism. tell me how many /p/ guys work on any of these fields. oh i thought so.
X - Told
O - Not Told
ya ever heard of a leica, champ?
if not I doubt you know what a rangefinder is either