Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between in-lens image stabilizing and in-sensor image stabilizing? Some DSLR manufacturers have image stabilization (IS) in the body of their ...
What are the key differences between the two? How does it affect cost, the image viewed through the viewﬁnder, and stabiliz quality?
I'm considering purchasing a DSLR for the first time here in the next couple of months. The two "big boys" seem to be Canon and Nikon. I've looked at both companies, and I can't really see significant ...
Fast prime lenses like the Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens work nicely in low-light situations. But I'm quite sure they would work even more nicely if they had optical image stabilizers. It seems to me that no ...
I know the effect of IS and VR, but what exactly is going on when they're enabled... how do they work from a technical standpoint?
Do professional and semi professional cameras have good optical image stabilization, sometimes called steady shot?
I just bought a D3100 and started reading its manual. On the lens' Vibration Reduction chapter it said that the VR should be turned off before turning off the camera, every time I use it. Is it really ...
This is related to "Is Image Stabilization better in the lens or the body?" - there are lenses with stabilization built-in, and there are bodies with it built-in. What if a stabilizing lens is ...
Possible Duplicate: Is there any significant difference between Nikon and Canon? I have recently bought a Nikon D5100 and a Nikon 18-135mm lens. This is my first DSLR and am very happy with ...
The longest lens I normally shoot with is a 70mm prime — a 35mm-e of 105mm on my APS-C DSLR. I'm trying out the DA★ 200mm f/2.8, though, and the thing people always say about a stabilized viewfinder ...