It seems to be assumed that the screen is a necessity for a digital camera but it uses a lot of juice and dominates the back of the camera, determining the minimum size of the 'compact' as well. A viewfinder can do all the screen does and use a lot less battery power. It also works better in bright light and recently, from Sony in particular, the quality and design of the evf has greatly improved its functionality. I could imagine a very small camera with a good sized sensor, a decent zoom and a viewfinder to aim the camera and review the images, and with a small long lasting battery into the bargain! Why not?
Why Is The Screen A Must For A Small Camera?
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