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Hi Dick, Yes, I have no difficulty seeing the aperture and shutter info in the viewfinder, regardless of the weather--at least I did not when I was in Alicante, and there was certainly bright sunlight there. The absence of an LCD panel is not as big a bother as I thought it would be, since I can just push the INFO button to see everything, and access any of the settings if needed. For me this matters little because I tend to not fiddle a lot with settings--I pick an aperture, set the camera on Aperture Priority, set the appropriate ISO for the light conditions, and that's it. I never change white balance, shooting mode (always RAW for me), focusing or lightmetering modes. Nathan Richard Taylor wrote: > > On the E-410, can you see the aperture and shutter speed in its > viewfinder in very bright light? > > They disappear entirely in my Pentax K10D but it has the LCD panel to > fall back on and the E-410 does not. -- Nathan Wajsman Almere, The Netherlands *Opportunistic Image Acquisition* General photography: http://www.frozenlight.eu http://www.nathanfoto.com http://www.greatpix.eu Picture-A-Week: http://www.fotocycle.dk/paws Seville photography: http://www.fotosevilla.com Stock photography: http://www.alamy.com/search-results.asp?qt=wajsman http://myloupe.com/home/found_photographer.php?photographer=507 Prints for sale: http://www.photodeluge.com Blog: http://www.fotocycle.dk/blog SUPPORT FREEDOM OF SPEECH, BUY DANISH PRODUCTS!