Well that explains it. I would not have guessed the light level low
enough to call for 1/17 second. Might not be too bad for the short
focal length of the IS lens but plenty of time for the wind to interfere.
On 11/2/2010 3:28 AM, Chris Barker wrote:
> Thanks, Chuck. Yes, it does. The shutter speed was pretty low
> (1/17s) and there was a breeze moving the grass and the branches.
> Add to that my hand movement and I think that that explains the
> I have no excuses . . .
> On 1 Nov 2010, at 21:48, Chuck Norcutt wrote:
>> I love the composition but the image strikes me as pretty soft.
>> Does the original look like that?
>> Chuck Norcutt
>> On 11/1/2010 2:11 PM, Chris Barker wrote:
>>> I plumped for the "compact" Nykon, in the end. I looked at the
>>> G12, the LX5 (to replace my LX3) and the P7000. I decided that I
>>> didn't want an articulated screen and that it was worth going for
>>> a camera that had the right shape (the P7000 is taller and
>>> shallower than the G12) and which had a good lens range combined
>>> with a decent zoom action. I decided not to worry about the
>>> reported slowness of RAW save, since my LX3 is not much quicker
>>> and it doesn't bother me.
>>> But it makes me a little sad that Olympus doesn't have a
>>> contender for the all-in-one serious camera.
>>> A sample of my first day's shooting is at:
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/