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To D4x or not to D4x?

ZoneV

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"RE: To D4x or not to D4x?"

ZoneV Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2005
Wed 16-May-12 01:39 PM

>My second comment you responded that asking it was a great
>disservice to the community. I had to make mention of this
>based on a multitude of other comments in this regard. You
>must have that extraordinary steady hand that does not require
>to use a tripod again. Good for you. I just wish I would
>have that same ability.

Until Perrone answers this, I am going to offer my view. When the majority of your images are captured at very high shutter speeds, the need for camera support diminishes considerably. When 1/1250th second is the rock bottom slowest shutter speed you tend to use, you worry a lot less about such things as camera shake.

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A general, generic topic To D4x or not to D4x? [View all] , ZoneV Silver Member , Fri 11-May-12 01:33 AM
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