O Anti Shock sertting ???

Started Jun 15, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Stewart McKInlay Regular Member • Posts: 256
O Anti Shock sertting ???

Help me to understand this issue.  I understand the mechanics or physics of what causes the shutter shock in a mirrorless system.  I also can see why introducing a short delay will allow the vibrations to steady before capture.

The latest Firmware update adds a zero second delay to the anti shock settings.

Does that mean it is turned off and if so why not call it "Off"

Does setting it to zero not simply put the camera back to being susceptible to shutter shock ?

The only thing I can think is that it makes the shutter release more instantaneous or make the camera feel more responsive.

Am I missing something?

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