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Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation

diet_sch

New member
Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation in long distance shots lead to surreal results
Fujifilm GFX100 - 600mm - IBIS - 1/1000s

Bhv_21_A7.jpg
 

Knorp

Well-known member
Weird - I thought this kind of distortion only occurred with movement by either user or subject (or both).
 

MGrayson

Subscriber and Workshop Member
Weird - I thought this kind of distortion only occurred with movement by either user or subject (or both).
In all seriousness, I'm assuming that's a non-native lens. I had a lot of weird interaction with, e.g., Canon lenses - stabilized or not - with the Fuji IBIS. It wouldn't surprise me at all to see the sensor drifting during the exposure. I had better results with the Fuji 250 + 1.4x than with the Canon 400/5.6 for just that reason.
 

diet_sch

New member
Mamiya 645 Sekor 5.6/300mm ULD + Mamiya 2x
The lens is all mechanical - there is no data influence possible to the camera body.

Movement of user - no tripod
 
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nameBrandon

Well-known member
In all seriousness, I'm assuming that's a non-native lens. I had a lot of weird interaction with, e.g., Canon lenses - stabilized or not - with the Fuji IBIS. It wouldn't surprise me at all to see the sensor drifting during the exposure. I had better results with the Fuji 250 + 1.4x than with the Canon 400/5.6 for just that reason.
Did we already talk about this? I can't remember.. what other lenses did you try on the telephoto end with the GFX 100 sensor?

I've got the following coming as rentals as I really don't want to deal with the size of the GFX 250mm.. but if none work out, I may have to..

  • Sigma 100-400 5-6.3
  • Sigma 150-600 Contemporary (5-6.3)
  • Canon 100-400 II
  • Canon 70-300L IS
Also doing some testing on the wide end to avoid buying the 23mm but we'll see, that one is more about having a wider zoom than the size of the 23mm..

  • Sigma ART 12-24
  • Sigma ART 14-24
 

MGrayson

Subscriber and Workshop Member
The 250/4 is not that large, and is certainly lighter than it looks. It is quite special, and is the only lens I really miss from the GF system. (Getting off topic - Sorry!)
 

Knorp

Well-known member
It's an ES anomaly not in particular related to Fuji or your camera for that matter, but rather a feature if you like of the slow sensor read-out time.
Simple remedy: use a tripod or use EF next time.
 

Gerd

Member
It's an ES anomaly not in particular related to Fuji or your camera for that matter, but rather a feature if you like of the slow sensor read-out time.
Simple remedy: use a tripod or use EF next time.
However, he used the ES.

And the anomaly clearly looks like a rolling shutter.

The subject didn't move, of course, but the camera in the hand did. However, the IBIS was turned on and configured correctly.

I am not sure how the rolling shutter effect came about here. Maybe the IBIS is no longer sufficient at 600mm?

Greetings Gerd
 

Paul2660

Well-known member
He is trying to hand hold a 600mm lens. Even with stabilization in camera via IBIS he can control his slight body movements. I can’t hold a 400mm lens for shots with this type of distance. I would sure try the same shots with a tripod.

Paul
 

diet_sch

New member
I would sure try the same shots with a tripod.
Of course, the tripod is the solution. But I found it interesting to try the IBIS, which also worked well. I used the ES because I had blur when taking photos from the tripod, which disappeared when I switched to the ES.
 
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