06-11-2011, 02:28 AM
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It really depends on what it is you are shooting, how fast your target is, if you are shaking, if your camera has a stabilizer, the amount of life, the lens. So many things factor into this question.
What I recommend you do, is take your own camera out and try it in different settings and see what works. If you go into the horse pictures area, you can take a look at some of the shots I've taken at different paces. Not a single one of those photos was taken with the same setting as the previous picture.