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I have a Canon that I shoot on shutter priority so I can freeze the train. Living on the NEC where speeds are high makes this important. I'd rather have low depth of field or increase the ISO then have the camera pick a shutter speed that doesn't freeze the train. Blur is worse than any of those other problems.
Why do we drive on parkways and park in driveways?