Because there is no hand shaking problem when shooting with a tripod, there is no need for anti-shaking function. The slight vibration when the anti-shake function is activated may cause the shaking of the image instead, so it is best to turn this function off when using the tripod.
But it's not just a tripod that can completely prevent shaking. At the moment the shutter is pressed, factors such as the finger's force on the camera and the vibration of the mirror can cause shaking.
We suggest not only to use a tripod, but also to use the shutter release or remote control switch, remote control and other accessories at the same time. According to the shutter speed, you can also set the reflector to pre-raise, and try to pay attention to all kinds of details when shooting.
In addition, some lenses with anti-shake function also have the tripod detection function, which can detect and compensate for the shaking caused by the slight vibration of the tripod, so there is no need to turn off the anti-shake function when shooting with this kind of lens.