Will the future X-T4 have IBIS or not?

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Advent1sam
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Re: Will the future X-T4 have IBIS or not?

virgil1612 wrote:

I just bought the X-T100 and I decided that my future Fuji body, whenever it comes (for me) will have IBIS. I wonder if Fuji will put IBIS in the X-T4 or IBIS will used exclusively in the X-H bodies. What do you say?

I prefer no ibis or basic sensor shift on button press which is more stable when off, and wish that all Fuji lens just have ois, when an ibis sensor is locked down ie switched off it still can "rattle"

Sensor-shift IS systems operate by ‘floating’ the sensor using a series of electromagnets. Even when they’re ‘off’ they’re not locked in place, they’re simply set so that the electromagnets aren’t attempting to correct for movement. This has the side-effect that, which mounted on a professional stabilization rig, there’s a risk of the sensor being shaken around.

For high-end video work, Panasonic says its users would prefer to use dedicated gimbals and dollies, rather than internal stabilization, and that means physically locking the sensor in place to avoid unwanted interactions between these systems and a floating sensor. You also get noise and heat, look at the Nikon z7 I think they haven't solved that problem yet lol, Sony and Olympus already solved it, well Olympus gave the tech to Sony.

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