F30 vs CAnon SD 800 IS

Started Oct 17, 2006 | Discussions thread
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Darrin Behm
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In reply to Mike920, Oct 17, 2006

Mike920 wrote:

However, IS will not stop action. It may compensate somewhat for
camera shake but not moving objects. That is where SP and the
higher ISO's come in very handy in enabling a fast shutter speed to
freeze motion with the F30.

Best regards,

Hey Mike,

I know IS doesn't stop action that is why I mentioned I might also get the F30. Alot of times I am just shooting buildings or still life on trips. IS works for those.

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