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This page captures my observations on the usability and ergonomics and more will be added to as I work with the camera.
I like this camera. It feels like a camera, whereas too many cameras today feel like computers with a lens. It is a highly functional camera for shooting. Fun to shoot, easy to shoot, doesn’t piss you off with stupidly designed-in problems.
I was able to work the 645D immediately without having to resort to the user manual, though I did refer to it to fill in a few details and gaps in my knowledge. The menu system is excellent, and much easier to negotiate than other medium format cameras that I’ve used; it’s a DSLR design, and meets appropriate design expectations and it works well.]
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