camera steady while composing and shooting with the LCD. The 'old fashioned' viewfinder solves both problems. Perhaps you've noticed that high end cameras do not display the image on the LCD until after the picture is taken?
There are hoods that can be mounted on the LCD, but you probably don't want to mess with that if you are hiking in the mountains.
I love my Exilim 100. Nice big LCD viewer. But outside in extreme sun very hard to compose the shot or see my subject. AM I missing something? Any hints??
I am going to Himalaya and I fear this is not going to work. Do I need to get a camera with old fashioned conventional eye-peice viewer? Id so what ar the best digital cameras with conventional viewers?