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|Date/Time:||13-May-2012 15:09:51 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: OT -- a question -- Re: Nikon D800 test with 16mm and 10.5mm|
Erik is 300% true.
If you try that trick you will end up buying
and no tube-telescopic-leg manfrotto, gitzo etc.
You will only use retracted columns, or no columns at all, large ballheads
and U-shaped gimballs from 200mm up.
2012/5/9 Erik Krause <#removed#>
> Am 09.05.2012 21:42, schrieb Ken Warner:
> > So as mirror-flap becomes a problem to overcome -- how does that
> > reflect on mirrorless cameras as a possible avenue for reducing that
> > particular problem?
> Mirror slap has ever been a problem. On analog film as well as on DSLRs.
> If you want the sharpest possible images you ever needed to use mirror
> lockup or mirror pre-release. One of the benefits of live view is, that
> it avoids mirror slap. Only camera shake cause left is shutter slap and
> wind shaking.
> And of course a tripod needs not only to be sturdy but have a high
> damping, too. There is an easy test how good a tripod is: Fasten a laser
> pointer to your camera and point it to a far away surface. Release
> shutter. See how long the laser point dances on the surface...
> Erik Krause