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Susceptibility of D800 to Motion Blur

GeneRW

Red Wing, US
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"Susceptibility of D800 to Motion Blur"

GeneRW Gold Member Nikonian since 04th Feb 2008
Sun 12-Feb-12 05:46 PM

There are a number of discussions and comments out there on the susceptibility of the D800 to motion induced blur because of the high MP count. I have a D800 on order, but I am getting concerned on whether it is going to be a problem shooting it hand held. I have issues with temors in my hands, but I have managed quite well with my D700. All of my lenses are VR, except for the 24-70 which I normally use on a tripod. I shoot landscape and macro using a tripod much of the time, but I also do a fair amount of hand held work. Any thoughts on how the D800 will compare to the D700 for hand held shooting?

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