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A lot has changed in the last 20 years for us photographers—think about how much has changed just in the last five! First, we transitioned away from film (some of us faster than others), and now we’re transitioning away from DSLRs toward mirrorless cameras (again, some of us faster than others). While it’s been quite a ride for those of us who remember shooting film, everyone can agree it has made photography easier, and the photos we make are stronger as a result.

Part of this transition, and one of the features that initially drew me toward mirrorless cameras, is focus peaking. It started as a feature of early mirrorless cameras, but it was quickly added to the “live view” options on many DSLRs

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