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I use A, S & ISO in Auto and notice that SS is almost always 1/50s.  Now I’m more used to setting it to a minimum of 1/100s on my Sonys, to avoid shake.  I assume the OIS helps avoid blur in the Q2.  correct?  Anything else that I should think about here?

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44 minutes ago, paul.bridges.3388 said:

I use A, S & ISO in Auto and notice that SS is almost always 1/50s.  Now I’m more used to setting it to a minimum of 1/100s on my Sonys, to avoid shake.  I assume the OIS helps avoid blur in the Q2.  correct?  Anything else that I should think about here?

I set it to a minimum of 1/125th not for shake, but to allow for minimal subject movement, walking etc

OIS set to auto, doesn't kick in until 1/60th and slower i think?

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2 minutes ago, paul.bridges.3388 said:

That’s helpful.  What Min Shutter Speed should I be using?

whatever is appropriate for you to get sharp shots of your typical subject type :D

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3 minutes ago, paul.bridges.3388 said:

That’s helpful.  What Min Shutter Speed should I be using?

It depends on :)

1/(2f)=1/50s, ois is on

1/(3f)=1/80s

1/(4f)=1/100s

 

your choice

 

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Please bear with me: I only know enough to be dangerous. Could my disappointment with the low light performance be due to the 1/50s minimum shutter setting?  If I relaxed this... might my low light portraits benefit on the Q2? Especially with the benefit of OIS?

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