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    Olympus didn't make any lenses for the OM series cameras that require mirror lock-up to be mounted. I would like to see an example of a photo that was ruined because of mirror slap. If somebody has an example, please post it here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mopar_guy View Post
    Olympus didn't make any lenses for the OM series cameras that require mirror lock-up to be mounted. I would like to see an example of a photo that was ruined because of mirror slap. If somebody has an example, please post it here.
    Such an "example" wouldn't be cut and dry: in some situations and cases (not rock-solid tripod, long lenses, etc.), the shot might be less sharp than one taken with MLU....
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    Yashica FX-3 Super (or Super 2000).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pstake View Post
    Yashica FX-3 Super (or Super 2000).
    This is a fully mechanical, non-AE camera. All plastic construction, too. Pretty much as basic as it gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopar_guy View Post
    Olympus didn't make any lenses for the OM series cameras that require mirror lock-up to be mounted. I would like to see an example of a photo that was ruined because of mirror slap. If somebody has an example, please post it here.

    if this were true we wouldn't use tripods,whether or not a camera body requires MLU to mount doesn't matter, mirror slap is known to affect images.Do some macro work and you will see...
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    Quote Originally Posted by fstop View Post
    if this were true we wouldn't use tripods,whether or not a camera body requires MLU to mount doesn't matter, mirror slap is known to affect images.Do some macro work and you will see...
    My earlier post didn't say that mirror slap is a myth...

    I was just asking if somebody would post an image to show an example of the problem. Feel free. I hear crickets chirping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aoleg View Post
    This is a fully mechanical, non-AE camera. All plastic construction, too. Pretty much as basic as it gets.

    It is a basic camera. The chassis is alloy or steel, the same chassis Contax used on its 139Q. It has not AE or shutter priority; it's not auto-focus; and its meter is primitive (but spot-on accurate). When you use the self-timer, it pre-locks the mirror, although MLU is otherwise unavailable IIRC.

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