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Re: longer lens beginner with 50-200 on E3

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Originally Posted by andym View Post
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On the E3 I find I get perfectly good picture up to 800iso as long as you get the exposure right in the first place and do not have to adjust in PP to much.
I normally shoot at about F6.3.If I can get the shutter speed up enough I dont use the IS.I use the rule of thumb that shutter speed should be twice the focal length.I will engage the IS if it slips to low.

One from the other day.
Interesting - what's the general opinion about using IS? Leave it on all the time, or only for shots below a certain shutter speed (in relation to focal length)?

I tend to leave it on unless the camera is mounted on a tripod.

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