So far, I have been taking my pictures with a Sony F717 (a dinosaur of digital photography). Nevertheless the F717 has a nice preview feature for shutter speeds. Up to 1 sec, it simulated nicely the effect of the chosen timing. So before even taking one picture I can adjust the shutter speed.
With contemporary cameras (DSLR, DSLM) I am really missing this feature. They have live view, but mostly only allow to preview the effect of exposure compensation. Some provide a preview for depth of field when in aperture mode.
- Why do professional cameras not allow to preview (live view) the effect of chosen shutter speed?
- Is my thinking/workflow not professional enough? Maybe a preview of the effect of the shutter speed is not necessary when doing it right.