Steven_nl wrote in post #18180754
Yeah that's allways an option. But why bother. LOL Allways room for improvement. But even people doing speeches move around a bit. This isn't the first event I have shot. It is the first event with the Mark IV though. It either needs a higher shutterspeed or it is broken. Not sure uet if I am keen on the auto ISO. It does work great on my x-pro2. But I had a lot of blown out highlights.
Bit of a risk taking a new camera on a paid job, oh well.
Bear in mind that your 24-70 does not have IS. How fast a SS you need will vary, depending on several factors, but, one of them is you, and eventually you will figure out how steady your hands are.
Really the same deal, to a lesser extent, on your 70-200 that does have IS.
I typically use 320 or 500ss when my 70-200 f/2.8 IS II is shooting handheld at 200mm. And about 200 on a 24-70 without IS.
Many shooters are able to go with slower ss on both of these lenses. You have to learn your own limitations.