« on: February 05, 2015, 06:54:25 PM »
If it is only the high resolution sensors, could please someone explain, in simple terms, why this is.
It's about pixels per image height. If you take a picture of, lets say, an animal in the zoo you could either use ff/300/4mm or APS-C/200/2.8mm, you'll get basically the same result. The same amount of shake will cause the same details to vanish.
But if you use a higher res ff sensor you should be able to resolve smaller details - those have already been destroyed when you're applying the same standards as before.