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Old Aug 19, 2009, 9:53 AM   #11
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Thanks for the Nikon P-90 sample photos. While I have the Nikon P-80 instead of the P-90, when shooting with a friend's P-90 at full zoom, I found no IS deficiencies as well. your riverboat photo is excellent

I also have a Kodak Z-980 and I have found no IS deficiencies at at full zoom as well. Here is a sample photo taken in Monument Valley at full zoom.

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Thanks for the Nikon P-90 sample photos. While I have the Nikon P-80 instead of the P-90, when shooting with a friend's P-90 at full zoom, I found no IS deficiencies as well. your riverboat photo is excellent

I also have a Kodak Z-980 and I have found no IS deficiencies at at full zoom as well. Here is a sample photo taken in Monument Valley at full zoom.

Have a great day.

Sarah Joyce
Thanks for your kind words. I have a friend that has the P-80. I had a chance to play with it and that's what prompted me to sell my Oly SP-570 and get the P-90. It seems IS is getting better & better on quite a few of the prosumer range cameras. Good news.
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Hi Gary-

I agree IS has gotten much better in the last couple of years. I already have too many cameras, so I decided to pass on the Nikon P-90 and stay with my Nikon P-80, which is still an excellent camera.

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