I am still thinking about the possibilities of "in the wild" insect macro with this camera. Talked to a macro shooter that had it (on another forum) who returned it because of shutter shake. His shots are typically with a rail. But, I've read since, that at fairly high shutter speeds typical of on-site insect macro, it really isn't a problem. I fully realize that lenses play a huge, huge part of final image quality, but the crop-a-bility of the A7r shots is really impressive, and no AA filter promises some extreme detail that could be seen in shots like this. But, steady, in-focus shots with macro can certainly be challenging. So, if an A7r owner out there has time and a macro lens, preferably over 50mm, I'd love to know what you think. At f8 or higher and at least 200th sec, Is it too hard to get a shot without blur compared to a camera with the front shutter curtain? Thanks!