NX200 test shots - lenses, focus, and ISO 400

Started Nov 9, 2011 | Discussions thread
G1Houston Senior Member • Posts: 2,618
Re: ISO 400 crops - 1/80sec blur

why wasn't this corrected by IS (either in lens or in-body IS)?

Andy Westlake wrote:

Ariston wrote:

what is odd is the one taken at the lowest ISO (200) is sharper despite having the slowest shutter speed.

This isn't particularly odd - it's analogous to what happens with mirror slap-induced blur on SLRs. You only see blurring across a narrow range of shutter speeds, because the vibration quickly dampens out. So at slower shutter speeds, while the vibration is still occurring, it's across a relatively small proportion of the overall exposure and doesn't visibly affect the image.

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