June 20, 2018, 04:04:33 AM

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Valvebounce

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Hi Ladislav.
Roo has a valid point, fighting the image stabiliser gives horrid results, as Roo said make sure you use a mode compatible with panning!
Of course if you know this (and my previous suggestions) already I apologise for trying to teach you to suck eggs!

Cheers, Graham.

I agree with Graham's suggestion Ladislav.  The other thing to look at is the image stabilisation on the lens - OS on the Sigma.   Make sure it's either switched to mode 2, which allows for panning motion, or switched off, otherwise you're fighting against the stabilisation and introducing some unwanted blur.  With the Tamron, I generally have it switched off for panning.
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Ladislav

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Thanks guys, I will start practicing!

I'm using OS Mode 2 on my Sigma for panning.

Hi Ladislav.
Roo has a valid point, fighting the image stabiliser gives horrid results, as Roo said make sure you use a mode compatible with panning!
Of course if you know this (and my previous suggestions) already I apologise for trying to teach you to suck eggs!

Cheers, Graham.

I agree with Graham's suggestion Ladislav.  The other thing to look at is the image stabilisation on the lens - OS on the Sigma.   Make sure it's either switched to mode 2, which allows for panning motion, or switched off, otherwise you're fighting against the stabilisation and introducing some unwanted blur.  With the Tamron, I generally have it switched off for panning.
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