5-axis IBIS in a P&S

Started Aug 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
Bizzarrini Contributing Member • Posts: 501
Re: 5-axis IBIS in a P&S

I'm not so sure it actually works like the Oly system. From the press release:

"HS Anti Shake performs 5 - axis, 5 - stop*5 image stabilization

Camera shake which occurs in the five axes*5 of pitch, yaw, vertical shift, horizontal shift and roll is precisely corrected. Casio has employed an optical lens that achieves stabilization equivalent to approximately 2 stops*6 slower in terms of shutter speed. Bringing this effect together with combined high - speed burst images results in image stabilization equivalent to about 5 stops slower*5 in terms of shutter speed. This allows users to minimize blur while holding the camera to take pictures, which can easily result in camera shake, even for shots of night scenes and when zooming. (Results may vary depending on the shooting environment and camera settings). In addition, the EX-ZR800 employs a lens-shift optical lens, which further reduces image blur on the LCD screen when recording movies or holding the camera."

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