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8/10

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To test the image stabilisation system, I took this shot hand-held using tungsten light at a range of focal lengths and shutter speeds.
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Shooting at 1/17th of a second at a focal length of 10.9mm (equivalent to about 70mm) is 2 stops below the recommended hand-held speed, but the IS system has produced a nice sharp shot.
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Shooting a 1/25th of a second at 33mm (equivalent to 200mm) is 3 stops too slow. This time the IS system can’t cope and the image is blurred by camera shake.
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The metering system has coped well with this high contrast shot, preserving good shadow detail and some highlight detail, although there is some blue fringing.
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This is a 100% crop of the top left corned of the previous shot, showing the blue fringes along the edges of the burned-out sky areas. To be fair most high-res compacts do this.
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