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Old Nov 11, 2004, 2:13 PM   #8
Mikefellh
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But that's ancient history (and those who don't learn from history...) look what Canon's doing today...again it's certain Canon lenses, not the camera that has the IS. To compensate for camera shake, it's one of the middle optics that has to shift as seen in Canon's demonstration:
http://www.canon.com/technology/deta...ift/index.html

Does any of todays dSLRs with exchangeable lenses have IS on the camera itself? It seems that the cameras that do have IS on the CCD don't have exchangeable lenses (like the Minolta A2).

It would be great if a manufacturer put every little wanted feature on the camera. Too bad you can't pick and choose, like Oly's ultra sonic wave filter, Minolta's IS, the best full frame imager with the least amount of noise at ISO3200, etc.
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