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Susceptibility of D800 to Motion Blur

PerroneFord

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PerroneFord Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2011
Sun 12-Feb-12 06:57 PM

>But not too many of the DSLR users on the internet were doing
>this. This camera will undoubtedly produce MF results in the
>right hands and under the right circumstances.

True. But my point is simply that just because a camera has a lot of resolution doesn't mean it's suddenly not going to work hand held.

Does anyone even remember the Speedgraphic? A totally handheld press camera that shot 4x5. That used to be use for SPORTS photography!

Heck the old Rolleiflex was a 6x6 camera if memory serves and absolutely intended for handheld use.

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