Nikon VR question
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26-01-12, 12:59 AM
Join Date: Aug 2009
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Yes, nothing unusual there. The VR is responding to the vibrations set up by the mirror clunking up and down and the shutter firing.
Just in case no-one has told you, you should turn the VR off if your camera is mounted on a tripod or supported in any way.
Personally, I only use it when I'm concerned about hand-holding at long shutter speeds.
Don't have to turn the VR off on a Nkon when using a tripod. It will only come into play if it detects movement.
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