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Is there any difference in the live image between the viewfinder and LCD monitor?

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DiMAGE Z3 does not employ the Switch Finder that was employed in the Z2. Frame rate is 50 fps in both models, and smooth real motion monitor can be obtained. Specifications are as follows: Viewfinder : 0.3 inch, approx. 11.8 million pixels LCD monitor : 1.5 inch, approx. 7.8 million pixels

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