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07-30-2009, 12:06 PM   #1
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Does quieter K7 shutter translate to cleaner low speed images?

One of the K-7's strong points is its quiet shutter.

Intuitively, it would seem that the quieter the shutter, the the more refined the opening and closing functions, producing less vibration, and consequently cleaner low speed images.

Does the K7 perform better than its Pentax forerunners with a louder shutter in the low speed range of 1/10 to 1 second exposures?

In this range, has anyone compared the K7 to other models for shutter induced blurring?

Or might the quieter shutter sounds be a result of improve weather/sound sealing as opposed to more refined shutter action?


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