How limiting is lack of image stabilization in Pany bodies?

Started Feb 13, 2013 | Questions thread
idiotekniQues Senior Member • Posts: 1,255
Re: Old School

Alumna Gorp wrote:

A lot of you go on about good technique, how about showing some good examples.

The proofs in the pudding, yes a panny body will limit the choice of lenses for those wanting IS.

images where IS came in handy. letting me stay at lower ISO's, travelling with non photo companions where one couldn't always slow everyone down by setting up a tripod shop. or being in crowded places where a monopod was a hindrance to taking quick snaps. or using a lower shutter speed to get some motion blur.

1/6 of a second at 55mm on an APS-C at 400ISO

another 1/6 of a second exposure, 800ISO 24mm on an APS-C

purposeful motion blur 70-300IS

leaning against a wall for support, controlling my breath for the most stability:

went out for a night in the city, just carried around the camera with a lens, wanted a little blur on this train

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