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Light streaks to form from stationary light sources

Does anyone know what could cause these light streaks to form from stationary light sources? The FX7 was on a tripod, and I had forgotten to turn the OIS off. Could it be caused by the camera being moved during the taking of the "dark frame" when the shutter is closed? From leaving the OIS on while the camera is mounted on a tripod? The photo has had some noise reduction and sharpening applied and was resized. Here is the EXIF information: (image stabiliser was set to mode 2) Any ideas would be very helpful. I quite like this effect and would like to be able to create it deliberately. The unaltered original file can be found at http://www.pbase.com/viztyger/misc

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No, the building moved also. It's evident with the blur at the top. The reason it's not as obvious as the lights is because the lights are much brighter than the building. The camera was moved during exposure, but then it was held still for the majority of the exposure, allowing the building to register sharp in the frame. I still don't know how you didn't notice this during the exposure. Did you bump into the tripod during exposure? That would cause this effect.

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No, the camera was stationary on the tripod the whole time. The building is completely sharp. Wouldn't it be somewhat blurry if the camera had been move during the 3 second exposure?

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Shutter speed longer than 3 seconds. Are you sure you didn't move the camera before the shutter was closed? Maybe the OIS system was fooled and moved the lens downward during the shot (notice the strange movement response when moving the camera in OIS mode)

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