Or everything old is new again if we equate live view or LCD composing to large format and/or medium format on a ground glass. Difference is, generally, those cameras are/were operated on a tripod so more stable (not always, granted). And for handheld shooting, there are often viewfinder options available, or they're held close to the body, rather than at arm's length, which is more stable. Press cameras? Sure, but cameras like the Crown Graphic, as an example, also had optional viewfinders that could be tailored to the FOV of a particular lens. And if using the ground glass, again, were held close to the body.