Any reasons to turn ISIS off on EM1?

Started Nov 20, 2013 | Questions thread
DonSC Senior Member • Posts: 1,032
Re: Panning

wilsonc wrote:

In EM5, IS1 and IS2 was there to support horizontal and vertical panning. Supposedly in EM1, IS auto detects orientation so there is no need to switch IS mode anymore.

I'd keep IBIS ON with panning in tele range or you might get jaggies due to unstable horizontal panning movement.

Thanks. Good to know. In addition to not turning off IBIS when the camera has been mounted on a tripod, I've also just left it on the few times I've panned. I was going to do try some BIFs this weekend and would probably have turned it off but given your tip I'll just leave it set to auto and see how this works.

I will say that changing settings are not such a big deal since you can use Mysets or just assign a set of functions to the mode you want to shoot in. Very handy.

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