Does the Anti-Shock works now with TLS APO ?
The Anti-Shock feature on the Olympus OM-D allows you to create a delay between when you press the shutter button and the actual shutter release. I don't think it will help me too much because I'm using a remote wireless shutter release, so I just try to wait until the scope is completely steady before I fire.
Thanks for joining the conversation. Interesting that you had better results using the TLS-APO adapter on your D600 compared to the Olympus OM-D. When you have time, try to share with us some OM-D + TLS-APO + ATX examples. Your ATX scope should be a little better than my old ATS 80 HD scope, plus I was told the APO-TLS adapter was designed specifically/mostly for the ATX scope, so theoretically you should be able to do a little better than me. In DX crop mode, I'm surprised if the D600 sensor resolution is a lot better than the Olympus. I'm getting a Nikon D7100 soon, and eventually I'll probably give it a try with the TLS-APO, but that might belong in a different thread.