Shutter Shock a myth

Started Jan 1, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Re: Shutter Shock a myth
In reply to S3ZAi, Jan 2, 2014

S3ZAi wrote:

... Normal here meaning: 1- don't use lenses with IS from another brand, if you have to, disable IS. 2- Always shoot at more than 1/f 3- Don't be an ass about it.

1 - That's a fair point. If/when Sony has an FE 70-200 OSS lens available, they may find ways to deal with the problem (or automatically disable OSS). Don't know when that will happen. One can argue that A7R was meant only for wide and normal lens shooting, but that's a completely different argument.

2. These ranges are not always avoidable, this is especially true in concerts and other dimly lit scenes. And even on A7R, going above ISO6400 is not all roses ...

3. Aren't you breaking that one?

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