Viewfinder coverage refers to the amount of the image (that will ultimately be captured) that can be seen through the viewfinder. Although you would think that the viewfinder would represent the full image that isn't always the case. This measurement is really only relevant to DSLRs as they use optics to redirect the light that would normally be seen by the sensor through the viewfinder. Because the camera's optics may not be perfect, the coverage ratio tends to range from 95-100%. Professional DSLRs typically provide 100% coverage while prosumer and entry level DSLRs cameras typically provide 95% coverage.

Affordable DSLRs with 100% Viewfinder Coverage

These are some inexpensive DSLRs with full coverage in their viewfinders.

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