The Canon EVF-DC2 Electronic Viewfinder is a handy accessory that allows you to frame your shots using the high-definition electronic display rather than the camera's rear LCD Camera Monitor. The EVF-DC2 syncs with select PowerShot cameras, so it's great for DSLR users who want something more portable than their bulky camera bodies.
The viewfinder of the Canon EOS R is electronic, offering 100% coverage. It offers 1.44 million dots and a magnification of 0.71x, making it easy to frame your shots with an accurate idea of how they'll appear after capture. The field of view is 100%, so there's no cropping on either side of what you see through the viewfinder
The Canon EOS R's 3.2" 1.62 million dot vari-angle ClearView LCD II monitor has a resolution of 1.62 million dots, which is good for an APS-C sensor camera like this one. It's not quite as high as the 5D Mark IV's 4k touchscreen LCD monitor but it still gives you a decent amount of information to look at while shooting, including focus peaking and zebras (for underexposed areas).
If you need to focus on a specific point, the camera’s autofocus system can help. By default, the centre of the frame is selected for focusing; however, you can change this by using your remote control or turning dials on the camera body itself.
You might want to magnify an image if it is out of focus and you want to manually adjust its focus setting. You would do so by pressing a button on your remote control or turning a dial on-screen in order to zoom in on an area of interest and then fine-tune its focus manually using buttons located near this area (see Figure 4).
The EOS M50 features two capture modes for stills shooting in Live View:
RAW. You can capture images in RAW format, as well as JPEGs at the highest quality setting. RAW mode provides a wider range of processing options and greater flexibility when post-processing your photos.
JPEG + L/F (RAW). You can also shoot both JPEG and RAW files simultaneously when using this option—perfect for those who'd like to have both versions of their shot on hand for further editing or sharing purposes!
You can choose from 8 different colors for the focus peaking to appear in. These are red, yellow, blue, green, cyan, purple and orange. To change the color of your focus peaking you need to access the camera's menu by pressing MENU on your screen then navigate to ASSIST AND FLICKER REDUCTION > FOCUS PEAK COLOR > and select a color of your choice.
The Canon Camera Connect app lets you control your camera remotely from your smartphone.
The Canon Camera Connect app is available on iOS and Android devices. The iOS version of the app requires a device running iOS 9 or later, while the Android version requires Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or later to run. For best performance, use a phone that has built-in NFC capabilities for easy pairing with compatible cameras.
The 5 built-in presets for more control over your exposure settings.
Standard: A natural image with balanced colors and contrast, suitable for taking photos of people or scenery in most lighting conditions.
Vivid: Boosts saturation and contrast so every color pops, making your photos appear more vivid when taken under bright lighting conditions (e.g., on a sunny day).
Neutral: Produces natural colors with no added tinting or color casts, so you can easily adjust your white balance later if needed. It's also ideal for shooting in low light conditions where there isn't much light to work with
The EVF-DC2 is an electronic viewfinder designed for use with select PowerShot cameras. Sync it with your camera, turn on the viewfinder, and you can frame your shots using the high-definition electronic display rather than the camera's rear LCDmonitor.
I hope that this post has helped you to understand how to use the Canon EVF-DC2, Electronic Viewfinder. If you have any questions or comments please leave them below and I will be happy to answer them.