I've never used it but assume previews come out the HDMI port? Maybe if you're only interested in previewing you could use one of those small portable LCD displays popular with the video crowd.
April 18, 2014, 06:41:20 PM
Topic: Using a computer tablet to view images in the field? (Read 1809 times)
I picked up an HP Slate tablet (don't laugh it was cheap) because I can run windows 7 on it. I hook my 7D up directly via USB and view images, plus the tablet has decent battery life and is small enough to fit into the outer sleeve of my camera bag. I use InfranView because it's fast to load and free plus with the plugin I can view raw images directly.
4 Canon bodies and a bunch of lenses.
All LCD screens are polarised.
Its how they work!
Yes, TV's phones, laptops, and even Camera LCD's are polarized. Some have a 45 degree angle, which lets them work poorly with polarized glasses in landscape and portrait, but its always a struggle to use polarized glasses woth a LCD.