E-P5 and "shtter Shock"

Started Oct 6, 2013 | Discussions thread
3DrJ
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"sh_tter Shock": multiple cases and causes?
In reply to Anders W, Oct 6, 2013

Great term!  Especially the "fill-in-the-blank" missing vowel between 'h' and 't'.

Putting a 'u' in there, and reading the numerous posts about it, quite a few hypotheses have been put forward that might account for unexpectedly blurry images.  So it seems not a settled issue.

Whenever there's multiple "explanations" for something, leads me to wonder if there's more than one thing going on.  Perhaps the "cause" of blur is different in various cases.  Disentangling which is which may not be so easy.

So it's conceivable the problem could be "shutter button jab", shutter vibration, IS or AF mechanism "looseness", other factors not yet teased out, or >=2 of these at the same time.

As a side note, it's good to see this being investigated rather calmly and patiently, without "hysterics" that sometimes have been evident with other issues.

I've had instances of mysterious blur with the E-M5, but I've just started to review the situations re: lens, shutter speeds, etc., and consistent patterns not yet emerged.  However, I'm going to keep looking at it, and maybe will have more to report later.

Jules.

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