E-M5: Rattlesnaking explained

Started Jul 12, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: What about lack of rattlesnaking?
In reply to TrapperJohn, Jul 12, 2012

Either you and i and a few others are living in a parallel universe where most of the issues discussed here simply do not apply or we are more concentrated on shooting whatever we are shooting than "testing" the cam and lenses under various conditions. Thanks to those on the forum actually doing the testing for me, not my cup of tea.

Having said that, i read another explanation for the rattlesnaking of the 25/1.4 somewhe but unfortunately can't remember what it was about, it was somehow related to the E-M5 being to fast for some lenses.

My own 25/1.4 rattlesnakes rarely, might be related to the way i'm using it the kind of pics i take.

I have not experienced rattlesnaking with my 12-50 and my 40/1.8 or simply never noticed it.

Kudos to Timur for the very good explanation of what actually happens and how to avoid it if possible.

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