XZ-2 Image Stabilisation

Started Apr 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
Ivo Verhaar
Ivo Verhaar Regular Member • Posts: 346
Re: XZ-2 Image Stabilisation

Well i was used to it from my E-3, however i do remember my first reaction after having used a Canon SLR with a optical stabilized lens, which hummed and drummed in my hand but did give a very stable viewfinder.

But always keep in mind, that a stabilizer might stabilize your hand enough for that lens/shutter combo it does not mean it freezes the moving subject.

Basically meaning if that animal moves just a bit anyhting under 1/60 will result in motion blur and a steady background. Anything moving realy fast, kids, small animals, you will have to go to easily 1/250, 1/400 to freeze that motion.

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