E-P5 and "shtter Shock"

Started Oct 6, 2013 | Discussions thread
Timbukto
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Re: Shock vs. shake
In reply to Andy Westlake, Oct 7, 2013

Andy Westlake wrote:

What I absolutely can't reconcile with the shutter shock hypothesis is my observation that the E-P5's image blurring can be reduced by using the touchscreen. The camera is the same, the person holding it is the same, all that's changed is the release mechanism.

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Andy Westlake
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The posture and grip used to produce a touchscreen release may be different from traditional shutter release.  It could be the posture and grip used to produce a touchscreen release involves more support on the bottom of the camera, while the traditional support of shutter release comes from lens support and your other hand gripped in a good position to release the shutter, etc.

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