Problem with Vibration Reduction - VR with Nikons?

Started Jan 15, 2012 | Discussions thread
baloo_buc Veteran Member • Posts: 9,708
Re: New lens, same problem

It is very unlikely to have two defective lenses. Your technique may be the culprit. Another person has tried your body-lens combo to get a third party opinion. The body has no influence over VR. Only the effectiveness of VR is hampered by the body movement.

Another possibility is that you don't wait for VR to settle (it takes about 1 second). Just half press the shutter, wait until the image stabilizes in the viewfinder then take the photo.
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