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Old Apr 3, 2008, 9:01 AM   #21
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TCav wrote: Which raises another issue with a popular form of digital image stabilization, the form that increases the shutter speed while increasing the ISO setting.

The result:
  1. Less motion blur due to camera shake. [/*]
  2. Correct exposure, because as the faster shutter speed decreases the EV, the higher ISO setting increases the EV a corresponding amount. [/*]
  3. Noise resulting from the higher ISO setting.[/*]
In spite of manufacturer's labeling I simple refuse to call that stabilization.:-) When I've already set ISO to max, lens is wide-open and the shutter is at 1/10 ois certainly improves my odds.
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Old Apr 3, 2008, 12:18 PM   #22
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In spite of manufacturer's labeling I simple refuse to call that stabilization.
I agree, but manufacturers continue to get away with calling it that.

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When I've already set ISO to max, lens is wide-open and the shutter is at 1/10 ois certainly improves my odds.
Which is also the case with sensor shift image stabilization, and to a limited extent, withthe frame resampling form of digital image stabilization, albeit with degraded image quality.
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