Clever Viewfinder Design
One of the things I've come to admire about the Fuji GF670, is the very clever viewfinder design.
Because of the known fixed lens, and the fact that it slightly blocks the lower right part of the viewfinder, they took the opportunity to take that "flaw" and make it into something useful.
Essentially you can look at the actual lens through the viewfinder and read the aperture and focus values right off the lens barrel.
So in the viewfinder you can read the electronic display of the shutter speed, and the physical settings of focus distance, and f-stop all at once, without ever having to take your eye off the action.
I thought it's a clever little hack combing the electronic and optical displays like that.
Does anyone know if that's unique to this camera?