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Susceptibility of D800 to Motion Blur

PAStime

Kingston, CA
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"RE: Susceptibility of D800 to Motion Blur"

PAStime Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Feb 2009
Sun 12-Feb-12 06:39 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.

That makes no sense at all. Motion induced blur severity should be unchanged to what you are shooting now, whatever that may be. Moreover, the greater megapixel count of the D800 will help you take advantage of any improvements in reductions in motion induced blur that you are able to introduce into your technique in the future.

Peter

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