01-08-2020, 11:03 AM
(01-07-2020, 02:30 PM)Brightcolours Wrote: The issue will be: is the IBIS tech rugged enough yet to be put in a pro-body? There is a reason that it does not debut in the new EOS 1, even though Canon has functioning IBIS tech available in research and development. So, I would not be too surprised if it won't be in the D6.
I agree on that. And although I think a pro should know his equipment, I often see or hear professionals saying "keep the tools easy and simple, as the job is challenging enough even without complicated settings".
The simple thing would be: If a lens has an OIS switch, switching that one to OFF also sets the IBIS to OFF as well. There's a reason for the number of buttons on a D5/D6... Diving into the menu is like diving in to a coral reef - so many things to see and obey...