Tech sites are often filled with camera and photography advice, but sometimes what they provide makes me cringe. What's given in the following example provides some correct information; however, other aspects make me shake my head: http://www.tested.com/tech/photography/461604-living-photography-eyes-here/ They still keep touting that the OVF is better than an EVF, despite the many benefits of the EVF, such as full information, as well as things like magnification etc. I also love how he compensates for focus shift when focussing and recomposing, by manual focus adjustment and multiple shots (just to be sure). All I do in situations like this is to move the focus point on the screen to where I want the point of focus, or with people, have the face detect enabled. What could be easier or more efficient?