Question about Nikon Cameras
Sorry, it is not possible. The shutter remains closed on a DSLR until you take a picture. There is no way to preview an image that does not exist yet.
Being stuck with the tiny viewfinder as earlier cameras had is a good thing. Holding a camera out from your body will give mixed results due to your movements. You will get better results with the traditional method
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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