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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    That's what they all say: The ones I missed were the best ones!
    But it's true. The ones I missed ARE the best ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbsc View Post
    But it's true. The ones I missed ARE the best ones.
    Same here!
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    a little camera shake is good for the soul.
    ( as long as you don't have hayfever or the hiccups )

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    There is a chapter in Barry Thornton's "Edge of Darkness" on this subject. Well worth reading.
    Richard

    Why are there no speaker jacks on a stereo camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richard ide View Post
    There is a chapter in Barry Thornton's "Edge of Darkness" on this subject. Well worth reading.
    He came to the same conclusion I did. The rule-of-thumb gives you tolerable pictures at best. If you want really sharp use a tripod or much faster shutter speeds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    He came to the same conclusion I did. The rule-of-thumb gives you tolerable pictures at best. If you want really sharp use a tripod or much faster shutter speeds.
    Maris said somewhere in a thread, tongue in cheek, that the sharpest lens in your bag is the tripod.
    Michael Batchelor
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