Shutter Shock - Size DOES Matter!

Started Jan 22, 2014 | Discussions thread
Crock Regular Member • Posts: 123
Re: Of course shutter shock matters

sebiruns wrote:

tt321 wrote:

sebiruns wrote:

"So is such "religious fanatism" what you would say distinguished the small group who first insisted that mother earth is round rather than flat and that she is moving rather than stationary from all those who said that such couldn't be the case because they didn't "experience" it?"

As I said. Get a grip. We are discussing blurred pictures. Not quite the same magnitude as the switch from earth-centric to helio-centric worldview.

And I don't doubt shutter shock exists. But this is a phenomenon in a human made product and therefore can be better or worse depending on the product. This isn't a law of nature. You are not Galileo Galilei.

Here in this forum, which happens to be gear-centric and about cameras, shutter shock is much more important than the stuff investigated by Galileo.

Than why just discuss it. Let's make a study. Somebody tell me how to certainly provoke shutter shock with either my rx100 or my e-p5 and I will gladly give it a try and post the pics in this thread afterwards. Any suggestions?

Or better still for people who say they have done testing that proves beyond doubt that its shutter shock, that say its a fact and indisputable. Those that question then any integrity that the doubters, should take their findings to Olympus and Panasonic. The camera manufacturers would be happy to see such rigid scientific evidence that proves a systematic flaw in their cameras design and take this evidence to their engineers to fix the problem. If you had a car that came from the factory that had a design flaw in the fron passenger seat that made it unusable for most people you wouldnt just not use it and put all passengers in the back so to those people that claim their tests are foolproof this  is the challenge for you.

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