The diff in price will let most think twice. A 2nd hand Non-IS version will cost abt half the price of a new IS version.Originally posted by Barrios
i know it's gonna burn a damn big hole in my pocket, just to play safe mine is a good choice. A cheaper one would be the non-IS version. But what the heck, wanna get, get a better one right?
The last time I heard, there's no observable difference...Originally posted by Kho King
Not taking into consideration the IS, both mounted on tripod...is the IS version better than the non-IS in term of optic quality?
Heh, I thought that way on the first photo session a few weeks after I bought my 28-135mm lens, and used shutter speeds of 1/8 and lower. After I got back my prints.......Originally posted by Barrios
I believe no one would be stewpig enuf to think that IS can totally eliminate camera shake. It would be a great plus to be able to handhold it and shoot at 1/60s under low-light.