I use a Sony A7ii camera.
Yesterday when I was out for a shoot, I took about 30 images of a particular scene. My exposure time averaged about 10-20 seconds, and it was mildly windy at the time of the shoot.
I have a habit of taking a shot and then zooming in each photo to check the image is sharp. I did so for most of my photos yesterday.
However, when I opened up my photos on my laptop last night and zoomed in 1000%, I found out that half of my shots were no good due to slight shaking during exposure or improper focus.
I find it very frustrating because it's very difficult to verify your photos are sharp when you are out shooting sunset - Your viewfinder is too small to for zooming in and checking your photos even at a high zoom while the main monitor suffers from too much glare from your surrounding.
This got me wondering if this is a mirrorless only problem. Regardless, what tips could you provide to verify that your photos will look perfect on your screen when you are out shooting?