PCA issue 149 Digital Cameras

  Binnacle 15:06 09 Nov 2007

In the PCA Dec 2007, issue 149, page 81, specification summary on digital cameras it shows that the Canon EOS 400D has image stabilisation which ,I was told this morning by a salesman, is incorrect. . The Nikon D40X on page 81 is shown as having image stabilization which is different from your page 79 write up . On page 81 summary it shows the Nikon with dust reduction facility. This I am led to believe is also incorrect.
Could someone at PCA please clarify !
I left the shop somewhat confused .

  keef66 15:38 09 Nov 2007

have a look on Steve's Digicams, DP Review, DC Resource websites, or buy a digital photography mag

  Totally-braindead 17:00 09 Nov 2007

Like keef66 I like Steves Digicams click here

  Stuartli 17:45 09 Nov 2007

The full specifications of the Canon can be found at:

click here

All the Canon models which feature image stabilisation have, as far as I'm aware, the letters IS after the model number such as, for instance, A710US.

  cycoze 18:24 09 Nov 2007

Image Stabilisation on the Canon DSLRs comes from certain lenses that can be used with different models, the camera itself does on have IS.

  cycoze 18:26 09 Nov 2007

"on have IS" = not have IS.

  Binnacle 10:00 12 Nov 2007

Thanks for all the advice and links, it was very helpful

  hssutton 13:19 12 Nov 2007

Non of the Canon DSLRs have Image Stablisation built in. As already mentioned by cycoze Canon place IS within certain lenses, usually the "L" range of lenses.

Dpreview is one of the better sites for camera specs click here

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