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Old Feb 11, 2008, 1:24 PM   #18
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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.
Agreed. My only point in referencing the article was to show the original poster's results are not unusual, thus there was likely nothing wrong with the camera. It explains the results, but not the reasons as to why.
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