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Aug 19, 2010 13:44 |  #1

which models have the fold out viewer? I've been looking the models pics but have yet to find it. I know I've seen them. I like to take alot of ground level pics and think that feature is nice. Thanks.




  
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Aug 19, 2010 13:46 |  #2

You mean a fold-out/articulated lcd screen? I don't think any of the Canon DSLRs currently has this (I could be wrong). There's a rumor that the (possibly) forthcoming 60D might. I did really like having it on my old Powershot A95 - it could come in handy sometimes.


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Aug 19, 2010 13:46 |  #3

edit: ^stsva beat me to it.


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Aug 19, 2010 13:51 |  #4

I think you SOL with Canon DSLRs on that, try Nikon, I think they do or maybe Sony, I don't know but one of them have it.


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Aug 19, 2010 13:51 as a reply to  @ Nightdiver13's post |  #5

Dang it. Thanks, not sure which brand I was looking at then.




  
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Aug 19, 2010 14:02 |  #6

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Dang it. Thanks, not sure which brand I was looking at then.

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Aug 19, 2010 14:05 |  #7

nikon also has this lcd screen


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Aug 19, 2010 14:08 |  #8

Nikon d5000 I think


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Aug 19, 2010 18:29 |  #9

Hi Badfisherman,
You are partly right, you have seen a Canon with an articulating screen but its not a D-SLR. You're thinking of the Canon G11, a mighty fine top quality point and shoot which shoots in RAW.
It has been responsible for quite a few arguments on the virtues of a P&S verses the Rebel series cameras. Depending on what you want from your photography, it could be all the camera you need. Small for convenience but big on features and image quality.


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Aug 19, 2010 18:36 |  #10

NONE of the Canon DSLR have an articulating LCD and I pray that they never do.


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Aug 19, 2010 19:00 |  #11

^^^ X2


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Aug 19, 2010 19:39 |  #12

Naturalist wrote in post #10753111 (external link)
NONE of the Canon DSLR have an articulating LCD and I pray that they never do.

I think a lot of people wants it though, so i kinda think that it'll happen. But there are plenty of other ways to go around to get similar usability without a articulate screen though, I just don't know why no one implement other method yet though.


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Aug 19, 2010 19:59 |  #13

I'm selling my Canon SX20is and it has a fold-out LCD. Moving up the the Rebel EOS. Haven't seen any Rebel's with a fold-out screen.

:::Edit: At Target and Best Buy the SX20is and the RebelXS are next to each other. The SX20is does have the pop-out screen. Maybe you confused it with that? :)


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Aug 19, 2010 21:46 |  #14

Naturalist wrote in post #10753111 (external link)
NONE of the Canon DSLR have an articulating LCD and I pray that they never do.

Why's that? I had a teacher who was very positive of 'waist high' shooting for portrait work. This is only possible on old SLR's (my teacher's was ancient*, but amazing) or the new Nikon and Sony DSLR's with their articulating screen.

I don't quite get the hate :S If you're really bothered, just pretend it doesn't articulate or use the viewfinder. The new articulated screens are quite subtle in their design - my brother didn't even realise his new camera had it until I pulled it out and started shooting.

To the OP - like the person above me said, the Canon SX10, SX20 & SX1 look like SLRs (similar size and shape) but they're just super zoom cameras. They do have the articulated screen, although it's on a different plane (more like a video camera) to the ones in the Sony & Nikon that I prefer.

*I say 'ancient' but really, it probably wasn't that old. It's just that I'm a young'n, so anything beyond 10yo feels 'ancient' to me ;)


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Aug 19, 2010 22:00 |  #15

why not plug a netbook with a Rebel and have your objective!




  
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