X-T4 IBIS for stills? How slow can you go?

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SirPalomid
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Re: X-T4 IBIS for stills? How slow can you go?

jackkurtz wrote:

I came to the X-T4 from Olympus’ E-M1 Mark II. With my Olympus and the 12mm f2, I was able to handhold for 2 seconds, with about a 50% success rate and ⅛ with a near 100% success rate. I have not tried 2 seconds with my X-T4 but I have worked at ¼ to ⅛ of a second with close to 100% success rate (using 16mm or 23mm lenses). I’ve been very pleasantly surprised with how good the X-T4 IBIS is. I don’t know if it’s quite as good as Fuji claims, but it’s very good and met my expectations .

Nice to hear that, thinking of going back to Fuji MILC (X-T4 or X-S10) from Olympus but hesitating due to phenomenal IBIS in Olympus cameras (certainly miss IBIS in my Fuji cameras).

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