I think Jostein suggested this for me because of the price , as oppsed to the new camera --
but I WILL find a way... maybe not today...

ann

On 7/6/2018 12:32 PM, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:
In my experience, right angle finders are rarely much use other than for doing 
flat-art copy work on a copy stand or low angle work with a long lens on a low 
tripod. You have to get your eye too close and the angle just right for them to 
work properly, which doesn't help much when you're shooting tabletop product 
work.

An articulated LCD with Live View and (preferably) magnification assist makes 
tabletop work a delight. Similarly, WiFi with a live view remote controlling 
app onto a modest sized tablet display makes tabletop work, low or high angle 
shooting, etc, very very easy.

G

On Jul 6, 2018, at 7:48 AM, Jostein <p...@alunfoto.no> wrote:

Is a right-angle viewfinder a viable option?
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Seagull-1X-3-3x-Right-Angle-Viewfinder-Canon-Nikon-Olympus-Pentax-Camera-/261393469750

Jostein

Den 05.07.2018 23:41, skrev ann sanfedele:
It has me at the fold out screen.... allthe other stuff is nice too, but that 
fold out screen is something I truly need in my studio for product shooting 
without wrecking my already broken back.
I need to figure out a way ot finance this... will I get anything on a trade in 
with my k-5 body?
I looks like it is a bit lighter than the K-5 too...   and I see there are 
refurbished bodies out there.
and I thought the K-5 would last me forever...
ann
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