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|Date/Time:||13-May-2012 17:14:11 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: OT -- a question -- Re: Nikon D800 test with 16mm and 10.5mm|
That is likely from your mirror being so light in weight possibly also.. I have Nikon's 600 f4 and 800 5.6 and shoot them off a Gitzo 401 with a Wimberly.. It works fine..I do however have an issue occasionally if it's really windy.. The answer to that for me has been adding a Kenyon gyro.. (however I have not shot the D800e thru either of these as yet) ..
On my end I'm just becoming aware that , at least to me, the 36MP of the 800 allows shake to be more visible then I honestly realized it would ..I just didn't think about it prior to ordering the camera.. So far getting the mirror issue out of the way has made me happier. I've still not really given it a workout out side as yet.. Still in the studio.. I'm about ready to take it out now..
----- Original Message -----
From: Erik Krause
Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2012 10:18 AM
Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Re: OT -- a question -- Re: Nikon D800 test with 16mm and 10.5mm
Am 13.05.2012 17:09, schrieb luca vascon:
> and no tube-telescopic-leg manfrotto, gitzo etc.
We once where out to shoot a lunar eclipse, I with my manfrotto and a
freind with a Sachtler. We both had 1000mm lenses - I my russian mirror
lens, he an Olympus non-mirror. When I looked through the viewfinder of
his camera there was no shake at all, not even when I touched the
camera. With my manfrotto I rarely got the moon into field of view due