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    What if it's on a tripod? (New Panasonic lens)

    No I.S. switch on the lens? For a split second, I though Panasonic might have come to their senses and introduced in-body I.S.

    http://www.dpreview.com/news/1003/10...na14mm42mm.asp

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    Re: What if it's on a tripod? (New Panasonic lens)

    Look for an in-camera menu setting for turning OIS on and off.
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    Panasonic GH1/G1, Canon FTb(n)/F-1, Mamiya C330F/RB67 Pro SD, Chamonix 45N-2, Nikon F5 + Assorted Lenses

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    Re: What if it's on a tripod? (New Panasonic lens)

    Quote Originally Posted by RichA View Post
    No I.S. switch on the lens? For a split second, I though Panasonic might have come to their senses and introduced in-body I.S.

    http://www.dpreview.com/news/1003/10...na14mm42mm.asp
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