Shutter Shock a myth

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Re: Shutter Shock a myth
In reply to S3ZAi, 7 months ago

S3ZAi wrote:

cosmonaut wrote:

I have been using the a7R, EA-LA4, 70-400mm combo and also the 70-300mm and I am getting really detailed and sharp images. The only thing is you have to go by the old rule when shooting with a zoom. Your shutter speed has to be as high as the focal length. Ect. at 300mm you need to be 1/300th or faster. This images are typical of what I am seeing.

I go back to what I said before if the sensor doesn't move like with the in body IS cameras it's just a matter of getting the camera steady and using a high enough shutter speed.

I sold my E-M1 because of the low amount of keepers I was getting. I can push the ISO so much higher on the a7R there is seldom need of IS.

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+1, especially on the high iso capability.

Let's just close this subject of shutter shock, when put in perspective, it doesn't mean anything at all.

So you think this photo that was taken at 1/4000 proves shutter shock does not exist... it takes a lot more testing than that.

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