F100fd sensor shift IS vs Nikon S600 optical IS
Hi - I'm still pondering F100fd vss Nikon S600.
One of the differences is IS - Fuji talk about "dual IS" which I gather is a mix of "CCD sensor shift" and electronic IS. The Nikon S600 on the other hand has optical / lens based IS (or vibration reduction as they call it).
I'm used to optical IS on my Canon A710IS and it works very well indeed.
Any thoughts on how effective the F100fd vs Nikon S600 IS methods will be? I know that Fuji's high ISO performance is typically better due to the sensor size, but if the optical IS on the Nikon is more effective, perhaps the difference will be less obvious?
|Post (hide subjects)||Posted by||When|
|Apr 9, 2008|
|Apr 21, 2008|
|The Engineer by EXX|
from Steam Trains
|Madrid subway by MAGMATCICO62|
from Your City - Public Transport
|Incandescent Bulb by Kukla|
from Illuminate- Macro only
|Curiousity by PERCY2|
from Macro - Your Best Macro Ever
|Hoar Frosted Trees by sabishiT3T|