Wouldn’t a rubber band also work ?
Easy to fit, easy to remove, and easy to lose ;-)
> Le 27 sept. 2020 à 17:08, Frank <wijsmuller@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> I second that. I've been unpleasantly surprised as well on a few
> occasions. I thought about covering it with black tape, as I don't really
> use it very often on a tripod. If I do, I'll replace it with a new piece of
> black tape afterwards ;-).
> Apart from that, it is my favorite (m)43 lens. I really love the rendering.
> Op zo 27 sep. 2020 om 13:46 schreef John Duggan via olympus <
>> Looking at recent macro shots I noticed that some of them were not as
>> sharp as I would expect. On checking settings I discovered that the lens
>> slider switch for IS had moved to off. This is not the first time that this
>> has happened.
>> My first thoughts are to cut a small piece of rubber to fit in the space
>> behind the slider switch and hold it in place with a sliver of double sided
>> sticky tape. This would enable the rubber to be removed if needed.
>> Other than tripod use, why would I need to disable the IS ?
>> I am rather annoyed that the switch has very little resistance, and can be
>> moved by sliding in and out of a camera bag.
>> Your collective thoughts please.
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