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at what shutter speed you turn IS off?

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Malte_P:
??

i turn it off whenever i go above 1/250s.

i once read that it has a negative effect for faster shutter speeds.. is that still the case with newer IS versions?

Studio1930:
Getting my popcorn ready for this thread.  ;)  :-X :-X :-X

RLPhoto:
I keep IS off until I need it. Pretty straightforward.

RLPhoto:

--- Quote from: Freelancer on January 25, 2013, 06:45:24 PM ---it´s correct that IS slows down the AF.
so if you don´t need it turn it off.

when i use a shutterspeed of 1/1000s and above i turn it off.
even with my longest lens i don´t need IS with such a fast shutterspeed.

ps: and to the clown above... not everyone here is shooting for years. so if you have nothing of value to say... just say nothing. no need to be a jerk.

--- End quote ---

You mad bro?

SDsc0rch:
i just want to say.. i've been shooting for a while now and i didn't know IS had any effect whatsoever on AF performance

i'm glad i saw this - i'll be sure to switch it off over (mm.. probably) 1/250

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