Im­age sta­bil­i­sa­tion

Amateur Photographer - - Technique -

18When shoot­ing in low light there are sev­eral op­tions avail­able to help keep ISO as low as pos­si­ble. Sure, it will be higher than nor­mal, but lower than it would oth­er­wise be. The first is im­age sta­bil­i­sa­tion, some­times called vi­bra­tion re­duc­tion (VR), which is a tech­nol­ogy found in some lenses or in the cam­era sen­sor. It ba­si­cally coun­ter­acts small cam­era move­ments, and can al­low you to shoot at slower shut­ter speeds than usual, which also means a lower ISO.

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