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Old Feb 11, 2008, 11:51 AM   #17
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shmueli2 wrote:
I still do not understand why the article says that the IS should be disabled, while using a tripod. May be it is not needed, but what harm can it do if it is on?

Can you or anybody explain why?

This topic has been discussed at length recently:;forum_id=2

IMO the "switching off IS for tripod use" advice is mostly obsolete on current cameras. Also, IMO the referenced article is too generic to be used for anything other than a starting point for your own experimentation.

Again, if you can post a couple of photos you're dissatisfied with it might help identifying the problem.
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