16mm should be easy to handhold at much slower shutter speeds so I don't think a great test. Try handholding 300mm at 300/s :)
I think the reality is, it's a great camera and we will all learn to use it in our own way. If we are getting bad photos, adapt to it or ask for help :)
Drove it last week for second time. Lovely road. Applecross Inn is to die for.
Not digging the shot I'm afraid, low qulity of light and general lack of focal point.
A very hard thing to get I guess - buy a helicopter :D
Really? Can't stand weddings :D
We are fairly high volume and lowish average spend, which is a difficult animal to keep feeding. We have made a LOT of changes recently and in our two largest studios we have managed to increase our average sale by an additional £80 ish.
It's been really...
Ha :D It's mental. Taking a well deserved rest - have a few wars on the way - I need to prepare for them, some of them rather big :D
We have halted at five studios and a hair salon, any more and the loony bin would be my final destination!
Missed this place but it seems to be completely...
Well according to various sources, which I cannot claim are correct, the higher the resolution, the more problematic hand holding becomes. Perhaps this is ONLY in the world of pixel peeping, and the reality is different. I read that the camera should be treated almost like a medium or large...
For the record, any landscape shot I take on any DSLR I use a tripod. I also use a self release timer, and shutter delay (if available).
I don't have the knowledge to claim any FUD about the D800.
My techniques might be ridiculous but Ill get over it :)
Just purchased this to help with the processing. It's not bleeding edge by any means but its practical and neat / tidy. Screen is lovely too, and touchscreen friendly :)
Quad Core I5 and 6GB ram with 1TB HDD. I think it has a shedload of dedicated graphics memory too.