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Old May 8, 2010, 3:17 PM   #11
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Did you try the IS mode designed for panning?
Normally the panning shots I do are not planned. They happen as part of the other shooting. Sometimes they are subjects approaching (vertical pan) and sometimes they are crossing in front. Its difficult to plan, and with no stabilization I'm able to handle both. The E-3 doesn't have a vertical panning mode.

I've really not tried the panning mode at all. I've really found no need to. If shutter speed is that slow, subject motion has already ruined the photo.

Others may have different opinions. As I said I really have never even tried it.
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Old May 8, 2010, 8:15 PM   #12
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Old May 8, 2010, 9:02 PM   #13
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In looking at your photo, I'm not sure that the butterfly is in focus, and it probably could have used a higher shutter speed, as there seems to be a bit of camera shake. With the limited depth of field, the wings are above the body and seem to be more out of focus than the body. Get a smugmug and start posting a lot of your photos. Not only will the practice help, but it will be easy to post your shots to the forum.

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