An additional difference is that lens mounted image stabilization
allows you to see it work in the DSLR viewfinder. The effect of the
body mounted stabilizers is not seen in the viewfinder.
Long Beach, California, USA
On Dec 7, 2006, at 7:58 PM, Moose wrote:
> Different implementations, as expected, have different effectiveness.
> The best lens based ones seem to add 3+ stops to handholdablility.
> based ones seem generally to be a little behind that so far. But they
> have the advantage of working for whatever lens is mounted. There is a
> lot of variation. One test of the new Leica for the Panny version
> of the
> E-330 showed no more than about 2 stops of effectiveness, which
> disappointed the tester.
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