1. coalesce99's Avatar
    Does the KeyOne have image stabilization? For pictures and/or video?

    Just curious. I've got essential tremor, and have a hard time holding my hands still.
    07-31-17 11:00 AM
  2. donnation's Avatar
    No, it does not.
    07-31-17 11:09 AM
  3. qphone's Avatar
    Does the KeyOne have image stabilization? For pictures and/or video?

    Just curious. I've got essential tremor, and have a hard time holding my hands still.
    Here's a video comparing photos and videos vs Samsung Galaxy S8 with image stabilization.



    Here's my setting at 720P/30fps with Enhanced Video Stabilization on.

    Does the KEYone have image stabilization?-screenshot_20170731-104712.jpg

    I prefer 1080P but for some reason my SanDisk 64gb Ultra MicroSD class 10 flicks between 1080P down to 720P then back up again. So now I just set it to 720P.

    Kinda weird as this card always recorded at 1080P on my previous phones Z30, Passport, DTEK60 but with my K1 it's says that your card isn't strong enough to record at 1080P...oh well
    coalesce99 likes this.
    07-31-17 01:08 PM
  4. Tsepz_GP's Avatar
    Does the KeyOne have image stabilization? For pictures and/or video?

    Just curious. I've got essential tremor, and have a hard time holding my hands still.
    It does not have Optical Image Stabilisation but it has EIS I believe.

    Samsungs, LGs, HTC U11 and Google Pixel XL use both OIS and EIS, while most other manufacturers go for the cheaper EIS Only option.
    coalesce99 likes this.
    07-31-17 01:23 PM
  5. coalesce99's Avatar
    Cool. thanks
    07-31-17 02:24 PM
  6. rusty502's Avatar
    It does not have Optical Image Stabilisation but it has EIS I believe.

    Samsungs, LGs, HTC U11 and Google Pixel XL use both OIS and EIS, while most other manufacturers go for the cheaper EIS Only option.
    The Google Pixel does NOT have OIS.....software stabilization only......but it does it very well...
    07-31-17 04:41 PM
  7. Geeksatee's Avatar
    BlackBerry KEYone doesn't have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), but it has Electric Image Stabilization (EIS).
    01-28-18 01:17 PM
  8. danp2000's Avatar
    BlackBerry KEYone doesn't have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), but it has Electric Image Stabilization (EIS).
    I think both types are "electric".

    Did you mean "electronic" ?
    Geeksatee likes this.
    01-28-18 03:47 PM
  9. Troy Tiscareno's Avatar
    "Electronic" in this case means the phone will automatically track the shot and crop part of the picture to make it appear that the image is stable. Many video editors can do the same thing. But you lose resolution in the process.

    OIS uses a gyroscopically floated lens assembly to correct for minor movements optically, which means no loss of resolution.
    Geeksatee likes this.
    01-28-18 05:30 PM
  10. Geeksatee's Avatar
    I think both types are "electric".

    Did you mean "electronic" ?

    It is electronic, but BlackBerry KEYone's own specs page mentioned it is as 'electric'. I copied the word (Electric Image Stabilization) from there. I was also confused when I saw the term on the page.
    01-29-18 01:27 AM

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