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4 hours ago, Bryan said:

The only real disadvantage that I have come across with the EVF in the a6500 is that the contrast detect colour very occasionally makes it difficult to compose the scene.

The little Fuji X-E1 (EVF only) is quite well thought out for manual lenses, they call it focus-peaking and half depressing the shutter button clears the screen of everything for final composition before you take the picture. Depressing the rear command dial zooms in on the focus point, holding it down for a couple of seconds toggles between focus-peaking and no focus-peaking. The X-T2 is similar but adds a choice of colours and a 'split-prism' effect which I haven't found to be useful. If I'm using the clear optical viewfinder on the X-Pro1 then depressing the rear command dial instantly brings up the zoomed-in EVF view.

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