Hi all -
Something just went through my mind and I thought I'd share it here, hopefully to get some other perspectives on the subject.
I've never once used live view with my IQ180. Not even to test it out. For me, using a digital back on anything other than my AF is such a slow and deliberate process, that taking a test shot and reviewing it is as "live" as I need.
I believe I'm right in saying that to get the best out of live view you need to use an ND filter, and if so, putting this on and then removing it for the shot would I expect be an even slower process than shooting and adjusting?
Am I missing something obvious here? Would anyone who uses live view as part of their process care to talk through why they find it more useful than a shoot/review/adjust/shoot approach?
I'm keen to learn what benefits there might be to introducing the use of live view into my workflow.
(Usage scenario is architecture/cityscapes/landscapes on a tech cam)