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The age old vibration question....

s2sailorlis_nikon

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s2sailorlis_nikon Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Jun 2012
Mon 11-Mar-13 07:01 PM

so i have read the white paper by Dr. Kim and have seen various web pages talk about this - the notion that CF reduces vibration. i think i get the physics. what is not clear to me is, what vibration factors does CF really reduce? wind induced? lets say mirror slap is eliminated via MuP, of course there is some shutter induced vibration - but since you are connected to the tripod via a metal head - how can the CF have any impact on that?

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