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Vibration Reduction Sport

Jamed600 Jamed600

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Jamed600 Gold Member Nikonian since 02nd Mar 2013
Tue 23-Feb-21 03:21 PM
The Nikon Technical Solutions | Z7/Z6 Tips recently posted suggests vibration reduction be put on Sport for fast/erratic moving subjects. Since I am always hopeful that a BIF opportunity will present itself, even if shooting static subjects like landscape etc. is there a downside to leaving it set to Sport all the time? If so what is it?
Also, for landscape (locked down on tripod) is the recommendation to turn it off? I know this has always been controversial with DSLRs

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