E M-5 and lenses . Reason to be concerned?

Started Apr 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
slimandy
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Re: In most conditions stabilisation is irrelevant
In reply to Anders W, Apr 10, 2013

Anders W wrote:

slimandy wrote:

I assume he means the shutter speeds people most often use,

I figured that much. But which would you say those are? And where would you draw the borderline between those where IS is of help and those where it isn't?

I tend to use the old rule of thumb of keeping the shutter speed at the 135 format focal length and above. That works for me. I can go slower if I steady myself against a wall or tree, and I'll go faster for moving subjects. IBIS won't help for moving subjects, and even if I do use it I prefer to keep a sensible shutter speed when possible.

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