I suspect they might be beyond repair, but welcome any tips or advice. Thanks in advance for any help.
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 1):|
They look almost OOF. What were the technical details of the shots?
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 3):|
There is no need to shoot with a shutter speed so high, especially with marginal glass like the 18-200. You should be shooting in Aperture priority, with the Ap set to f/8. This will solve your constant 'soft' problem.
|Quoting Ruudb (Reply 9):|
You could have better opted for your 180mm lens
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