Non-functioning Anti-Shake on my new GRD IV?
I posted this on ricohforum.com, but I thought I might get interesting opinions here too...
After having been using a GRD3 that I loved, I just bought the GRD4. Everything works fine, except for the IS that seems to be dead. I don't think that's related to the "firmware (non)-bug" (see here) since it happens even in M Mode.
Here are a few samples I did, 100% crops at the center of the image, f/4 - 1/15 - ISO80 - M mode: http://img593.imageshack.us/img593/6924/grd4f41on15sis.jpg
I can't tell them apart. Note that I did some other tests with different speeds, and it's the same...
On my screen, the "IS" logo is properly displayed when IS is "on".
I just wanted to know if you have similar results with your GRD4s or if you can clearly see the difference? For example, in this test, the difference is quite obvious...
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