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  • Arlcrane says:

    The feature missing on most every compact these days is a viewfinder so that you can actually use the dam thing in the daytime. I’m so sick of pointing my Canon S90 in the direction of the action and hoping to get something. And the shutter lag and VERY slow burst mode combine to make it virtually useless for any kind of action shots in the outdoors. I remain hopeful of someday finding a true pocket size camera with a viewfinder (built in), RAW capture, and minimal shutter lag.

  • Dan Bailey says:

    I’m with you there, the lack of a viewfinder can be quite frustrating at times. That said, since cameras are getting smaller, sometimes it’s just getting easier to look at the LCD panel than to try and look through a tiny viewfinder that’s roughly the size of a pea. And yes, shutter lag is without a doubt the number one frustration with P/S cameras.

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    Thank you, Dan.