Post Your best Alpha Anti-Shake Times
Since SSS (Anti-Shake) can work so well if you have steady hands, I thought I'd compare shutter times!
What is your best exposure with absolutely no evidence of camera shake?
(1) Mine is 1/50s, f/4, ISO100 @ 210mm (300mm equiv)
Lighting: Late afternoon.
(2) Night @ 1/15, f/4, ISO200 @ 20mm (30mm equiv).
Now, where were those images?
It's pretty amazing the control you can get with Anti-shake, isn't it?
Half the fun of having it is being able the extend the 250mm maximum f/6.3-aperture of the (2007) TAMRON AF18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di-II LD (Aspherical) IF lens to and equivalent f/4 or so.
I wasn't trying for slowness out of this shot, but more an exposure balance and the anti-shake to a 250mm teleshot.
Attachment 25617You can really get a lot more out of the lens with Super SteadyShot. It was the number one item I regretted not having on my Canon EOS 20D when using the earlier released (2005) TAMRON AF18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di-II LD (Aspherical) IF lens. I wound up having to buy the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM to compensate (I know, that's a major leap, but if you're into your Photography for a penny ... let's face it ... you're in for a pound). :rolleyes:
250mm - f/6.3 - 1/400 sec. - ISO-250 - 0EC - Handheld - SSS="on"