From: Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}me.com>
Subject: Re: DSLR resolution suffers by about 20% when electronic shutter not used with mirror up
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Subject: Re: DSLR resolution suffers by about 20% when electronic shutter not used with mirror up
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On Jan 26, 2018, Alfred Molon wrote
(in article<MPG.34d59f7f71879e3e98cf48@news.supernews.com>):

> In article<0001HW.201AC13002F41C637000008DA2CF@news.giganews.com>,
> Savageduck says...
> >
> > The solution is simple; Go mirrorless!
>
> With the E-M1 II in high res mode (80 MP) it's not sufficient to disable
> the mechanical shutter (i.e. use the electronic shutter). You need a
> wireless shutter release and you also have to disable the autofocus,
> because the AF motor movements in the lens generate vibrations.

Still no problem:

No flappy mirror - check!

Electronic shutter - check!

Wireless shutter release - check!

Manual focus with peak focusing - check!

As long as that pesky flapping mirror is not an issue the problem is solved. 
Unless of course you have chosen to stick with a DSLR.

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Regards,
Savageduck