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I've been using a SONY A7R II + 16 - 35 GM + HELIOPAN Pol filter lately around water scenes, removing reflections etc....

I've found the EVF doesn't always provide the best "feedback of image" (so to speak) , its very difficult to notice the exact effect at times, more so in a very sunny environment.

Seeking some options or opinions for either a remote small external EVF via HDMI or a work around with the native on camera SONY EVF...

Thanks......

 

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"So, this is how you can better judge the filter effect:

disable Exposure preview in Manual Mode if you use the camera in manual exposure mode

if in auto exposure mode, half-press the shutter button to fix exposure before you start rotating the filter, or

lock exposure by pressing the AE-L button (configure it to act as a toggle button) before you start rotating the filter - again in auto exposure mode"

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