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Indecent Exposure 63: Intentional exhaustion (podcast)

A sporting look at your sports photos and what the heck is a rangefinder, anyway?

A sporting look at your sports photos and what the heck is a rangefinder, anyway?

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EPISODE 63

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Today's questions
What's a rangefinder?

Hello guys,
I'm back and I wanted to let you know that I've listened to every show in the weeks that I didn't submit any images.
A friend asked me what is a rangefinder and I couldn't truly give him a definite answer and I want to ask you: what is a rangefinder? From what I've understood rangefinders don't have a mirror so what's the difference between a digital rangefinder and [Micro] 4/3 camera? What's so special about a rangefinder and why do they cost that much?
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