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  1. #51
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    Antishake is in the camera.

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    if you don't believe me just take your lens out ,set shutter to 2 secondsand take a pic with it off.....stick your ear on the camera...now take a shot with it on..that noise you hear is the antishake..

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    True, but without the lens data from the chip it doesn't know what to compensate for.
    I think it may default to 50mm (read it somewhere) so for an 85mm lens it will undercompensate.

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    are you realy going to shoot that slow with a fast lens that you need it...i got along for 40 years without it..lol
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    it compensates by trying to keep points in the same position..it realy doesnt care about focal length...a 50mm shaking more is just like a 500 shaking less..either way it is trying to keep points in line

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    Well, you won't always be shooting wide open, or why bother with f-stops.
    As for it not caring about focal length, sorry but you've got that dead wrong. It matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SONYNUT View Post
    it compensates by trying to keep points in the same position..it realy doesnt care about focal length...a 50mm shaking more is just like a 500 shaking less..either way it is trying to keep points in line
    Actually, body based IS systems use an internal gyroscope to sense camera movement, not an optical system. If you have a 100MM lens on the camera and the IS system thinks it's a 50MM lens, it won't compensate for shake enough making the IS useless.

    On the other hand, if you have wider FOV lens than a 50MM and it's still set at 50MM, it'll compensate too much, adding blurring to a picture that wouldn't otherwise have it.
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    this pretty well sums it up..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peekayoh View Post
    Well, you won't always be shooting wide open, or why bother with f-stops.
    As for it not caring about focal length, sorry but you've got that dead wrong. It matters.
    no matter what, it amounts to nothing when your subject moves...

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