Many a photographers have told me to use the simple rule "Use a minimum or faster shutter equivalent to the focal length used" which is simple enough I guess. Eg: 100mm @ 1/125 or faster
Please note that I understand this is to minimize camera shake with hand-held dSLR and would not be applicable to long exposure on tripods, etc.
My question is since I'm using a 300D which is a 1.6 crop dSLR, would I need to multiple everything with 1.6. Eg: 100mm would be 160mm on a 300D and therefore my shutter would be 1/160s or faster.
Can someone here enlighten me please ?
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