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hmm i usually do 2-3 photos of people at once... now noticed how one of a set of two looks a little stretched – didn't notice this before. i wonder if it's caused by silent shutter on the eos R or the 24-70 2.8 II lens... :think_bread:

first thought this was with the 70-200 which got ois but no... would guess silent shutter which would be sad

(actually not sure if the stretched one is the "correct" one.. hard to tell on that photo)

@milan what is a silent shutter? I only know of rolling shutter and global shutter - the last is only in a few smaller industrial chips cause it needs much more electronic on the chip, is more expensive and so on... all comercial photocameras I am aware of have rolling shutters, which can leed to stetching effects... de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolling-
see the "wikipedia" example down the page...

@schnedan afaik it disables the mechanical shutter for the mirrorless camera which in turn increases the risk of rolling shutter effects on moving objects... but the scene was quite still... and the complete image was weirdly stretched ... in... or out, not sure which is the proper one :D

@milan ok... then even a slight movement of the camera will cause the sensor to collect further photons in the wrong cell... guess the camera might behave better if programmed to less sensitivity...

@milan if it is the rolling shutter the effect in the pictures should be sensitive to the orientation of the camera...

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