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D800 VR-lite in Camera?


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Sun 26-Feb-12 06:27 PM | edited Sun 26-Feb-12 06:31 PM by gpoole

the way I interpret it is that the shutter anti-vibration is not a form of VR in that it is just reducing the mirror and shutter caused vibrations. It is not an active system like VR that tries to counteract the vibrations.

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