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Also, to use good technique in supporting the camera as much and as often as possible. Try to take shots between pulse beats and not when you exhale or inhale.
Both are very valid points but still I wonder if in questionable light if good hand held results are going to be tough when we can't or don't want to increase shutter speed because of the ISO we are already at? Always we make compromises of course. But will this amazing resolution make the 36mp version a more "specialized" camera verse the lower resolution sibling? I know with compromised light and ISO equal I would often prefer the results from the 16mp D4 vs the hand held results I would obtain with the 36mp D800. I am asking myself which new Sony would make the best "do it all" body? I think if standing in front of the Golden Gate Bridge with a tripod, my choice would be easy. However, if on the run touring the Bay Area on a dark day I am not convinced which camera would be best when focusing at infinity and wanting the lowest ISO possible while hand holding.
The fun things to ponder :-))
Regards to all,
I normally carry a tripod with me and probably use it for 90%+ of my work. I come from a background of using a 4" X 5" camera for much of my work. But, you may still want to consider carrying a small tripod, monopod, or a shoulder stock.