Lori Grunin will be joining me for the digicams epsiode on 2/6. I'll post another reminder before then.
My pet peeve with digital cameras is shutter lag, the time between when you press the shutter button (after focusing) and the time it takes the picture. I can't even count the number of times I ended up with a picture feet! What causes this? Are some cameras better then others? Would a different digital media (SD) card make a difference?
Also, what specs do I look for in a camera to be able to stop action? From what I've experienced, setting a camera to "shutter priority" is not enough. My action sport photos, both indoors and out, many times come out blurry.
Thanks for the help. Love the PodCast,