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Mako2011
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Many do....

JeremieB wrote:

Mako2011 wrote:

Alex Sarbu wrote:

Mako2011 wrote:

Alex Sarbu wrote:

Red herring. They modified the test procedure so the studio scene samples won't be affected by shutter shock.

No dif really than the way the modified the Pentax test procedure to show an example not affected buy the blur issue. Unfortunately...there wasn't an in camera feature to help with that

No "dif" between modifying the test procedure, and not modifying the test procedure?

They modified their first look procedures/processing to find out what was up with the odd Pentax result....don't know yet what they will do with the review

I already said there are other ways of avoiding the shutter shock, like avoiding these shutter speeds.

I doubt the folks would be happy with the compare tool leaving out certain shutter speeds for some bodies.

Nobody cares about the shutter speeds for a studio scene.

Many do.

People use the tool to compare output at different ISO levels.

Many people certainly do that as well...but shutter speed is also part of the total equation. I know a few folks who do pay attention to shutter speed for a number of reasons. I often take not so I know if the image is in the "mirror slap" or "shutter Shock" range.  Though I never looked for shutter shock at 1/50s before...and why I think it a firmware or IBIS issue

I honestly rarely note ISO without also noting  shutter speed...though I must admit, I don't pay attention to aperture as much unless the DoF draws attention.

Anyway that's nonsense, for the few concerned photos it doesn't seem a major issue to use pixel shift and extract a frame, or just leave those out for the time being.

I don't think it a big deal either...but I'm not sure "most" members here are familiar with pixel shift image extraction and know how to effectively work it into a PP workflow. So using an extracted image that's not available to most in actual use...seems unrealistic to me

Just put an image with dedicated message in background : "sample not yet available - investigation in progress", if as you said it's preliminary result before the review anyway.

I can see that. Makes good sense for the time. Not sure if the tool wouldn't have to be reprogrammed though. No resources for that at the moment and part of why a number of things sit on the back burner. But they could just substitute a jpg of that and no programming required. I would think it easy. That phrase though might start a storm here as folks try on their own do understand why. Maybe better to just say "sample not yet available"

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