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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 7 - 2017
Lens Stbilizer

Lens Stbilizer

One thing which we recently meet in a new generation digital camera is the image stabilizer feature. This one particular feature is becoming a trend which should be there in every new age camera. However, still there are so many cameras which remain untouched by this very feature. How important is this image stabilizer in the world of photography?

Panasonic calls it “the Mega OIS” and you will find this feature in all series of this camera brand. Meanwhile, canon completes some of their new launched cameras with this image stabilizer/IS, Pentax and Anti Shake/AS, Nikon with Vibration Reduction/VR and Sony with Super Steady Shot. Following behind, there are Olympus, Kodak and Fuji that also choose to take this stabilizer feature as well. Let’s us get to know this feature more. Read the rest of this entry »

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