1. bmpcs's Avatar
    Hope this is not a stupid question ...

    I assume that image stabilisation would make the image better - so why would the default setting be for this to be off?

    I have taken a few shots with it on and off and can't see a huge difference (if any).

    It is slower to take photos with it switched on so I assume that is why the default setting is off. I know I have probably just answered my own question but I was just wondering if that is the only reason.

    Thanks

    B
    08-19-11 12:32 PM
  2. Fnord's Avatar
    For pictures it's only really useful when using longer shutter speeds. Since you don't the ability to do that on the 9900...

    I would think IS would make a bigger difference when using the video camera.
    Kevin posted some clips on the main CrackBerry blog page last week taken with his 9900 (with IS on and off). It seemed IS was better when not really moving around that much, otherwise IS off was the way to go.

    You should take a look and judge for yourself.
    08-19-11 01:24 PM
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