Why do these A7R shots look so awful? Locked

Started Jan 29, 2014 | Discussions thread
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LeicaBOSS Regular Member • Posts: 432
Re: Nothing to do with taste

mdavidp wrote:

Blur due to camera shake. A tripod may be a necessity due to sensor size.

Mike P.

This is it. Simple case of camera shake. 3-7 pixels or so. He probably was shooting in A mode - which insanely chooses 1/60sec all the time. With this sensor - you need like 1/[3x focal length] to be confident.

The amazing thing is that with just a little processing and downsampling to (still very big files!) you'll have very crisp images even with shake like this. (Below - bottom is "corrected". Maybe even too much)

Click to view at 1:1

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From time to time, I point my camera at the right things. This is generally when I forget everything I've learned.

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