Is in-body IS not mechanically practical?

Started Apr 6, 2013 | Discussions thread
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sethmarshall Regular Member • Posts: 150
Is in-body IS not mechanically practical?

I love my IS lenses, but I know other camera manufacturers how opted instead to provide IS for the camera bodies instead of the lens--which saves cost for having IS in lenses.

I'm so annoyed my favorite EF focal lengths are not stabilized. Why no 50!!?

Is there a *good* reason Canon hasn't stabilized newer lenses that have come out? (24-70L II)

Is there a *good* reason Canon hasn't offered a stabilized body?

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