OSS really worth it for shooting people?

Started Feb 2, 2013 | Questions thread
sean lancaster
sean lancaster Veteran Member • Posts: 7,248
Re: OSS really worth it for shooting people?

GaryW wrote:

sean lancaster wrote:

edwardaneal wrote:


oss is 100% worthless shooting living subjects unless they pose and do not move

Correct for the most part. The example of the Sigma 19 being blurry wouldn't have been saved by OSS.

Why not? If it was blurry because the waiter was not concerned about camera movement, then it probably would have helped. This is the exact situation I had with my Sigma 30. I was used to holding steady, but other people are not aware of the importance.

You're right. Without seeing the EXIF data I cannot know one way or the other. A little movement/shake may have been helped. A lot wouldn't. And too slow shutter speeds introduce the other issues we've discussed with subject movement.

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