Shutter Shock: My ep5 is bad. Would an em5 do better?

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Mr Sincere
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Re: Shutter Shock: My ep5 is bad. Would an em5 do better?
In reply to gnewylliw, 8 months ago

gnewylliw wrote:

Mr Sincere wrote

Here's a handheld shot at 1/40, which appears to be under the shutter shock threshold. It's relatively sharp, compared to the 1/250 shot at least.

I would put my money on up-down camera shake at 1/40, being at a 45mm FL.

Well I wouldn't rule that out at 1/40 either, but you'll notice I wasn't complaining about shutter shock in this example.    This was supposed to be an example of a photo that wasgood in comparison to the ones showing obvious shutter shock at higher shutter speeds.

If you have a return policy, why not just pick up another e-p5, or if you're inclined to get a e-m5, buy it and test it? If you were buying used, this would be another issue.

I can only afford to buy used.  I picked this one up for $700, in like new condition.  The seller offered to allow a return, if I paid a small restocking fee, which I'm still debating.  I could pick up a used em5 for $650, so it would end up being about a wash.

I'd love to be able to go to my local camera shop to try out another sample, or an em5, but I can't afford to pay full price + tax.  And I feel like an a-hole using the local camera shop to demo products, only to hop online later to make the purchase.

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