Front Curtain Shutter Hand-held Images

Started Jul 25, 2012 | Discussions thread
nuzzart
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Re: Front Curtain Shutter Hand-held Images
In reply to NYCeditor, Jul 26, 2012

That sounds like the effect but 1/10 is not a high shutter speed. I'm not sure if large diameter means max f-stop or f-stop of the setting (f/10).

Also it was sharp at 1/20@f7.1 which seems like it would be more affected since it is a higher shutter speed and a wider f-stop setting. I also tested it a 1/30@f 5.6 and it was sharp. So at least for me it seems related to the slow shutter speed.

From the site mhohner.de:

"When you shoot at high shutter speeds with a large diameter lens attached, the ghosting of a blurred area may occur, depending on the subject or shooting conditions. In such cases, set this item to [Off]."

"When a Minolta/Konica Minolta lens is used, set this item to [Off]. If you set this item to [On], the correct exposure will not be set or the image brightness will be uneven."

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