OM-D Image Stabilization during Sequential Shooting question

Started Nov 2, 2012 | Discussions thread
Entropius Veteran Member • Posts: 4,204
Re: OM-D Image Stabilization during Sequential Shooting question
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The idea with panning is that you'd like to follow the motion of your subject. So you move the camera during exposure, and that movement makes the picture sharper than it would be if you held the camera still.

The IS mechanism doesn't know this, though, and cancels out your motion -- and it is brutally efficient at that. I've noticed that I have to turn IS off for all bird in flight shots.

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