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View Finder tab

View Finder tab

The View Finder tab shows what you will see when your subject is at the closest and farthest possible distances from you.

In the Closest view, the lens is at its minimum focal length and the subject is as large as it can be. In the Farthest view, the lens is at its maximum focal length and the subject is as small as it can be while still getting the required number of pixels needed for the selected output.

Your camera's viewfinder is represented by the solid white rectangles. The smaller dashed rectangles show the portion of the image that will be in the final output. A stick figure illustrates the size of the subject. (An oval is used to represent custom subjects.)

An orange background means the camera must be held in portrait orientation. A blue background means the camera must be held in landscape orientation. A green background means the camera may be held in either orientation.