Thom Hogan's review of the A7/A7r

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Re: Not a single shred of evidence?
In reply to exdeejjjaaaa, Mar 12, 2014

exdeejjjaaaa wrote:

captura wrote:

Arcturu wrote:

Shutter shock was a notorious problem with the Pentax 6x7. Some people used to lean on their tripod-mounted Pentaxes in an attempt to suppress the vibration. That's one reason why other manufacturers (Bronica, Mamiya) used leaf shutters in their 6x7 SLRs. I would like to see someone put leaf shutters in MILC lenses.

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I believe that Sony ran into SS with their first MILC cameras the NEX-3 and NEX-5, a few years ago. They then installed electronic first curtain shutter which effectively stopped the SS phenomenon. Why other MILC makers like Olympus didn't do the same is beyond my grasp.

because it requires proper sensor support - so you have to have a sensor supporting such readout, some sensors do, some - not

Olympus was using mainly Sony-sourced sensors. Right up to the OMD E-M5.

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