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Susceptibility of D800 to Motion Blur

Jim Pearce

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Jim Pearce Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Mar 2004
Sun 12-Feb-12 06:15 PM

When most of us went from 4 to 6MP to 10 to 12MP. There was a lot of talk of motion blur, and a lot of tripod upgrades. But we were focused on clean files at 100%. It seems likely that with the D800 handheld in low light downsizing will play a role - it simply wouldn't be reasonable to shoot for a clean file at 100%. I'll be interested to see how this plays out.

Jim

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