Patent: Canon to have three image stabilization systems working together

Don Haines

Beware of cats with laser eyes!
Jun 4, 2012
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Like virtually all market leaders, Canon is a conservative company. They don't like mistakes and don't risk their reputation on new technologies until they are confident it will work and that there is market demand. Conservative approach may not be what pleases forum participants, but who can argue with their success?
I’m with you..... I am happier to wait for a solid solution than to be sold a buggy beta.....

It’s just my guess, but I think that a hybrid IS system takes a lot of computing power, and that any Canon camera we see with it is going to have quad digic, or better. The Olys and Panasonic’s with hybrid IS are computing powerhouses
 

miggyt

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Sep 3, 2018
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Canon bodies with IBIS? I'll believe it only when Canon launches it. Historically, Canon prefers to launch lenses with and without stabilization to keep customers upgrading lenses. It's all $$$ to them.
 

Mikehit

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Jul 28, 2015
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Canon bodies with IBIS? I'll believe it only when Canon launches it. Historically, Canon prefers to launch lenses with and without stabilization to keep customers upgrading lenses. It's all $$$ to them.
How can they release IBIS when they do not have a workable system?
Your idea of Canon's historical preferences is based on a total misunderstanding of why.