thanks! interesting technique, but i'm right-eyed, and i just couldnt contort enough (at least comfortably) to do this.
400dabuser wrote in post #12693023
Wish that photographers would stop using text speak....what is BBF?
i'm 27 and from the cell-phone generation, so its kinda hard not to use acronyms when applicable
quiksquirrel wrote in post #12693369
Unless it's a waist-level viewfinder on a medium format
Sometimes I would like to have that on a DSLR.
Anyway.. The 2Ti is tiny and weights less than most lenses. So logically it's going to be harder to stabilize than a full sized body.
Have you considered the way your right hand interacts with the camera? Your grip could be the problem.
I have seen many new (and some not so new) pistol shooters grip their weapon in such a way that their trigger finger is not correctly placed on the trigger. This generally results in a small amount of involuntary sideways movement when the trigger is squeezed.
With the tiny grip on your camera, I suspect this could be the problem (or part of it).
my pinky kinda hangs, as there is no room for it. ive thought about getting a grip, but im not a fan of how it looks. though i suppose its function over aesthetics. if i dont upgrade to a 7D in the near future, ill look into a grip. what would be a good 3rd party brand? zeikos?