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D800 VR-lite in Camera?

TomCurious

Bay Area, US
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"RE: D800 VR-lite in Camera?"

TomCurious Registered since 03rd Jan 2007
Sun 26-Feb-12 09:43 PM

I agree with Brian and Gary. Whatever the shutter may be equipped with, it would have zero chance to counter-act lens or camera vibrations (the target of VR), since the shutter is OPEN during exposure, so it can't do anything good to the light passing thru and the image being recorded. The only thing the shutter can do to the image while open is to cause blur by vibrating. What this guy described is probably the dampening system which prevents this.

Tom
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