D7100 owners having to INCREASE shutter speeds to avoid softness?

Started Apr 15, 2013 | Discussions thread
nfpotter Veteran Member • Posts: 4,080
Re: D7100 owners having to INCREASE shutter speeds to avoid softness?

demarren 123 wrote:

mistermejia wrote:

Has anyone noticed or experienced this if you bought D7100 comming from D7000 or with a lower MP camera?  Are new D7100 owners using the shutter speeds the same way as before meaning doubleing the shutter speed as with the D7000, has anything changed?

Also not just with the D7100 but with any 24MP camera in general.  Also have any of you had the need to upgrade lenses to keep up with these newer bodies?

I never heard of double the shutter speed.

So you are saying you need to shoot at for example 1/200 and double to /1/400

to what end.

OK I am lost here.

I shoot with the D3200 and my pictures are not blurry.

Even it have also 24 mpixels.

A better lens take indeed more advance of the censor.

Is that not with al camera's.

The "old" rule for 35mm film (or full frame) was that "most" people could hand-hold a shot at the reciprocal of the focal length in use, and not end up with motion blur due to camera motion.  Since these DX cameras are a 1.5x crop factor, it's now 1/(1.5x focal length).  However, it's just a general guideline.  Some people have much better hand holding technique than others.

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