Tamron's VC or Canon IS will not help with people photography in dimly lit indoor situations ... coz people move
At say 50 mm focal length, with adults "trying" to pose and not move, what minimum shutter speed would be typically required for subject motion?
Looking over my shots, I actually got some very sharp photos at around 65 mm at 1/30th.
Some of the moderately blurred photos were for example 61 mm at 1/16 th ! Didn't even realize how slow shutter speed was due to trying to run after people. So in these situations, IS/VC would not have helped anyway?