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Old Feb 18, 2006, 2:51 PM   #11
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Cypher666, remember too that you do not just push down on the shutter. You need to push very lightly down half-way until the center portion gets a chance to focus (you should see the image bracket change from big to small. Now, without releasing the shutter, finish the push down. I helped out a person the other day, and that is the only thing they were doing different. When they too a picture they pushed down immediately on the shutter like a regualr 35mm film camera and the autofocus did not even have the time to catch a correct focus. You will almost be guaranteed poor results by doing the shutter release this way.

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Old Feb 24, 2006, 7:14 PM   #12
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telephoto lenses require either a tripod or very fast shutter speeds

telephoto lenses also magnify subject movement



a camera is a camera is a camera



why do pros use $10,000 worth of gear ?!

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