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    Welcome, welcome.

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    congrats on your purchase on the 550D. hehe. i went to tryout this DSLR and pretty love the grip and the feel. i also played with the settings and find it easier to use,than nikon. haha. personal feel.no offence to anyone.

    just to checkout, if u were to turnoff the image stabilization function on the lens, does the picture taken results in a very lousy quality? im very keen to know how much impact does IS affects the picture-taking experience

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    Welcome to CS...
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    Welcome to CS...
    welcome to cs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockdhop View Post
    congrats on your purchase on the 550D. hehe. i went to tryout this DSLR and pretty love the grip and the feel. i also played with the settings and find it easier to use,than nikon. haha. personal feel.no offence to anyone.

    just to checkout, if u were to turnoff the image stabilization function on the lens, does the picture taken results in a very lousy quality? im very keen to know how much impact does IS affects the picture-taking experience

    I heard there's only difference when your focal length is above 80mm

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