« Last post by Sporgon on April 28, 2017, 04:24:44 PM »
Just stop it !
Anorak in Norwegian is a special type of outer clothing, usually something we (used to) wear while skiing in the mountains. Colours preferably red or blue. If you are really crazy, you can wear grey.Hi Alan.
I'm going to go with "to find the anoraks out here that actually knew what it meant and see if anyone would ask!"
Cheers, Graham.Why do you call yourself Skatol: = beta-methyl indole; a malodorous nitrogen compound found in feces, formed by protein decomposition in the intestines? (Skatos = Greek for sh*t).
In case you haven't realised it, Graham, CR is for anoraks: anorak = Derogatory term, most frequently directed at people who obsessively pursue hobbies which consist almost entirely of gathering information about a favourite topic, generally a fairly benign and arcane device such as a specific type of computer.
Right, I understand that, aside from a lens that can detect being on a tripod, theoretically, under perfect conditions, leaving IS turned on while on a tripod can induce blurriness. But in practice, does anyone really have a tripod-shot photo where they can say "Oh, it would have been great except I left IS on?"
Or, is this difference really just academic, and something that doesn't really hold up in real life? Especially, when you start to account for conditions where maybe the surface your tripod is placed on isn't totally, 100%, absolutely stable and vibration-free to begin with, in which case I would think maybe IS could help.
This solution does not address CPL filters which more people would want then a 9+ stop filters. And the big elephant in the room.. Is it made so that the filter can not slip off in the camera and get buggered up in your mirror or shutters...