Question about Canon EOS 10D 35mm SLR Camera
Yes, it is normal. This is a reasonably old DSLR, and it's designed for you to look through the viewfinder (it's more accurate anyway as it's looking through the lens). You'll find if you keep one hand under the lens and one hand on the shutter, it'll feel quite comfortable to look through the viewfinder.
You can still view photos you've taken after you've taken them though.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
To piggyback on what Zamda said. Neither the 10D, 20D nor 30D allow you to preview/compose your shot using the LCD viewscreen. With the introduction of the 40D and 50D, the Live View feature allows owners of these more modern Canon DSLRs to use the viewscreen to compose their shots.
On the plus side, using the optical viewfinder on your 10D gives you more detail than an LCD screen and you can better see what you are composing in bright sunlight!
Hope that helps,
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
I need software the camera to open it in my computer
Posted on Jun 10, 2012
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