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    Image Stabilisation - lens vs sensor

    I often see arguments about lens vs sensor image stabilisation.

    Here is Nikon's view.

    Makes sense to me!
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    I won't need to read it to say it makes sense to me too
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    They would say that wouldn't they? ( http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Mandy_Rice-Davies )

    Pentax gives you both options, in body and with Sigma releasing OS on longer FL lenses for Pentax - can't lose.
    Every lens is stabilised with Pentax.

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    , two predictable replies!
    Last edited by etherial; 14-07-2011 at 7:47pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etherial View Post
    LOL, two predictable replies! :-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by etherial View Post
    LOL, two predictable replies! :-D

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    Lol, quite

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    So If I chime in and say that, for bird photography, you really need to go with Canon or Nikon and the Nikon long glass is just as good as the Canon but costs a lot more for no good reason ... we would have three entirely predictable replies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    So If I chime in and say that, for bird photography, you really need to go with Canon or Nikon and the Nikon long glass is just as good as the Canon but costs a lot more for no good reason ... we would have three entirely predictable replies?
    LOL quite

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    Can I suggest that I agree with Kym's predictable reply and add that Sony also offer in body for all lenses and with sigma IS on longer lenses, we have a choice

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