Olympus - stabilizer on or off - Guy

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Bob Tullis
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Re: Olympus - stabilizer on or off - Guy
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I've inadvertently left IBIS on here and there on a tripod, but with a 2s timer and either 1/8s or 0s shutter delay in effect, they were mostly OK (but some were questionable).

The only other thing that comes to mind is the ground on which the tripod sits.  I've come to realize when I pace or just shift weight during long exposures I have to be conscious of whether that could cause the ground (rocks, moss, sand, platform planks, etc.) to move the tripod imperceptibly.  I suppose you've got that covered, but thought it worth mentioning anyway.

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