Theen battles it out, on the red team, as a few friends join us for Quake.
Details: Nikon 18-70mm, 44mm, f/4.5, 1/25s, ISO 800.
YEAH!! Go get um!!
Mike: With a TFT LCD, the individual pixels stay transmitting the same amount of light through from the backlight, until instructed to change. Unlike a CRT, where there's basically one point source of light at any one time (plus the afterglow of the phosphour).
That means that shooting good-looking images from an LCD is pretty much like shooting fish in a barrel.
Cool thanks for the tip , and the excellent explanation :-)