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Glitchy fields details are here

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  • mookid May 11, 2010

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More info need, how do you mean "details are here:

Glitchy fields???

are you meaning the viewfinder shows heaps of space around the subject but when you see the images there is less or more space. This is due to the cheaper model of cameras, so no frame in the viewfinder

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