I've heard complaints that some of the footage produced in run and gun situations is very shaky
how bad is it???
Thread: How bad is the stabilization???
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11-07-2008 06:00 PM
11-07-2008 06:14 PM
I use my DVX 100b for news on the web, a fairly run and gun situation, and I have had no problems what so ever with shaky-ness. The OIS is good on it. It is a bit heavy if you are hand-holding the whole time, but that is only extremely noticeable when you are zoomed in. When you are wide, the OIS tends to take care of things, and a good monopod will always be your best friend.Out in the world they call me a disciple of fire
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11-07-2008 06:48 PM
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- Nov 2008
- Russian Federation
Yes, sony(2100 or FX1 for example) ois better than DVX100... But i have steadycam&monopod with quick-mount manfrotto 357 plate - there is no problem with ois
Really - that is not problem at all - just do not shake your camera, its so easy - dvx100 is very balanced camera!
11-07-2008 08:26 PM
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- Jun 2007
- New York F-ing City
OIS, optical image stabilizer..Fresh