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Thread: Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

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    Default Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

    As above using Pentax DSLRs ?

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    Default Re: Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

    all first party pentax lenses have no stabilisation so when using pentax lenses, have to use in-body shake reduction.

    lens OS is only available with newer 3rd party lenses (i.e. sigma) and you can't use both. either the body or the lens stabilization has to be switched off.

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    Default Re: Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

    Last edited by aosis; 27th October 2011 at 04:39 PM.

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    Default Re: Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

    Quote Originally Posted by aosis View Post
    If both OS can give me 2 stops, then add together I get 4 stops ?
    No. You use one or the other.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

    Sure you can use both OS together ... to get some ghost images

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    Default Re: Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

    You should only use one at a time - there is no way for the lens stabilization and in the in body stabilization to communicate with each other.

    If you have shaky hands and if you are using a long lens, then its nice to make use of the in lens stabilization as the view thru the viewfinder will become stabilized also.

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    Default Re: Do you use Sensor OS or Lens OS or Both

    Yes. Its not wrong to say this but they did not elaborate further. Lenses with SR (shake reduction - that's the pentaxian lingo for image stabilization) can be used on cameras with sensor shift but the sensor shift need to be switched off when using these lenses. Check out this much-viewed link here to explain this :

    Olympus E-510 with Leica 14-50mm. Lens vs sensor anti-shake - YouTube
    PENTAXKR,18250,18135,35,40,70,600,AF360
    SONYA6000,1650,1855,18200,5018,3028,16,RX100M3

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