With the Olympus EVOLT E-330, those photographers don't have to change their ways. In addition to displaying what you've shot, this entry-level D-SLR's big, beautiful LCD gives you a "live" image with which to view and compose your subject. That's no mean feat, because until the instant of exposure, a digital SLR's reflex mirror intercepts light heading for the image sensor-bouncing it into the eye-level viewfinder, where it affords much brighter, sharper focusing and framing than you can get from an electronic viewfinder. How does the E-330 let you have it both ways? A mirror in its sideways, hump-flattening viewfinder diverts light to a smaller, second sensor, which in turn sends its image to the 2.5-inch external LCD screen. The eyepiece view remains entirely optical.