So what ended up being the problem?
A few things come to mind:
- I was in a hurry and hit the shutter before I let the camera completely stop vibrating after moving it
- At least one of the legs was in some soft ground, so it wasn't 100% stable
- I didn't turn off the AF after getting the focal point where I wanted it, shaking the camera that much more
That bridge hasn't moved for 80 years or so, so it had to have been the camera. It was just a perfect storm of events caused from me not minding the store.
Good ... I was on the verge of suggesting there might have been an earthquake in the area!
1DX, 5D3, 600D, RX100
16-35L, 24-70L II, 70-200L II, 100-400L II, 50L, 85L II, 135L, 17TSE, 24TSE, 40, 100 macro, 18-55 II, 55-250 II, 1.4x III, 2x III, 600RT x 4
When it comes to gear, it is better to vote with your wallet. Bitching on online forums like a lunatic doesn't get you anywhere!