Thanks for the responses. I'll try not to worry with a thin camber and lift the plane if needed to meet where the plane is flattest. If I could follow up with another question. When I hear about cambered blades, is it best to have just a slight camber, a big camber or a straight blade with rounded corners. Or are they all good for different roles?
A beginner here. Is it best to use a flat blade as opposed to a cambered blade on a shooting board? Surely a cambered blade will produce a slightly off square results as it's rounded? What planes do you guys use for your shooting board. Thanks