Shutter Shock a myth

Started Jan 1, 2014 | Discussions thread
secondclaw Regular Member • Posts: 247
Re: Shutter Shock a myth

Seems a bit unfair to call it a myth, if there are others experiencing (and providing evidence) that they have the problem. If it's truly imaginary it will soon go away on its own.

On FM I believe those experiencing the issue found how to make it stable for long lenses - by mounting both lens foot and camera body to a bracket together, thus preventing resonance affecting exposure. Sounds like a good thing, no? Nikon was clearly concerned with this issue enough on D800e that they introduced a delay to mitigate it slightly, and so can Sony, if they're up to it.

For the record, I don't have it either - which may very well be due to my shooting style.

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