Sorry if this is a dumb question, but hope someone can clarify. I know that for stable shots without tripods, your shutter speed should be equivalent to the focal length of the lens you have.
So if you have a 75mm lens, your shutter speed should be at least 1/75 or thereabouts. And if you are holding 200mm lens then your shutter speed should be 1/200 or so.
Question is, does the sensor size play any role in altering this above “rule”.
A 75mm lens on APS-C becomes a 112.5mm lens (e.g. on Nikon) and 150mm (on M4/3). So does your shutter speed have to be “faster”.