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Old 2nd September 2009
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Re: Olympus E-600 clarification

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Originally Posted by RogerMac View Post
When I am doing tripod shots (of whatever speed) I always use the antishock facility which seems to completely replace the wired remote, which my camera (an E510) does not have, so I will not miss that feature at all.

To me it seems a very worthwhile saving on the 620 price


Now will it come in kit with the pancake lens?

Roger
Anti-shock mode is a supplement to a remote trigger, not an alternative. Anti-shock lifts the mirror by a preset time before the exposure is made. The point is to prevent the camera suffering mirror (not shutter as I incorrectly said originally) vibration. Even with remote control, I would use anti-shock in many situations.

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Last edited by Ian; 2nd September 2009 at 03:09 PM.
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