Super Telephoto IS Mode 1 vs Mode 3

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Duckman21 Forum Member • Posts: 76
Re: Super Telephoto IS Mode 1 vs Mode 3

Tannin wrote:

Canon IS lenses have had panning protection as standard since about 2000 or 2001. Only the first handful of Canon IS lenses ever made did not have it. All are long since out of production.

To have panning detection is one thing, but to not implement it into a lens with multiple stabilization modes is another. Tamron and Sigma have panning detection on many of their lenses that have only a single mode, but for whatever reason their multi-mode lenses don't. The Tamron 150-600mm G1 did not have panning detection at launch but was added via firmware (though you must turn it in to Tamron services, because it's not compatible with the Tap-in Console), but the G2 still doesn't have it in its mode 1.

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