24-105/F4 IS Canon
Don Price wrote:
I see no difference with24-105 IS on/off would I except to see the the image freeze as it does in my 100-400 IS canon.. you can really see it work but not on the 24-105???
Thanks for your comment
I noticed the same thing on my new 24-105. IS doesn't "float" like it does on my longer/older lenses. I can only see it work in the viewfinder if I concentrate on a small portion of the field. It works very well, though.
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