Can you tell which shots use Anti-Shock (0)?
I am a big skeptic of the advantages of Anti-Shock. Here is a series of six shots. The shutter is 1/80 which should be in the range to induce vibrations. Can you tell which shot(s) were taken using the (0) setting and which ones have Anti-Shock turned off. Not really a trick, at least one of the group is different.
Camera is on a tripod. One shot. Aperture priority. Using the 12-40mm lens. Auto focus and didn't change the focus between shots. The only thing that varied was the Anti-Shock setting, either Off or (0).
I haven't really looked myself but I'm pretty confident that you won't be able to tell. More than happy to be proven wrong.
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