Canon recently lifted the curtain on its Hybrid IS system, a new form of image stabilization that is tipped to offer even cleaner images where still photography is concerned. It will come with the typical shift IS to compensate for vertical and lateral shake, in addition to having an angular velocity sensor to catch unintended tilt. This new change ought to see a reduction in the amount of blur both in medium- to long-range shooting. A new algorithm is the main driving force behind the Hybrid IS as it helps blend the two approaches when necessary. Canon hopes to enter its Hybrid IS technology into action soonest possible, especially where SLR lenses are concerned. Guess we as consumers can’t complain, neither would we like to wait for a very long time, eh?
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