Wondered, why VR (Vibration Reduction) had different names and were little, confused when I saw that there were different names on different brands. so I googled a bit and found this!Same technology, different brand names.Pretty much the same technology under different acronyms.....probably due to trademark infringementVR (vibration reduction) is Nikon's trademark name for stabilization. Canon's is IS or "Image Stabilizer. Same thing from different brands.Canon Image Stabilization IS... continue reading
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Sometimes you want to see if a photo was taken with VR On or Off. Usual image editing or viewing software don't show this.This is how I do:- Download Exiv2 from here:- Windows version is here:- Unzip in a root folder, I put it in C: because you will have to write a command line in Command window and will be easier.- Copy your photo in that folder.- Start - Run - Command to open the black Command window.- Make sure at your cursor is C:> then type: cd exiv2then type: exiv2.exe -g... continue reading
When I am out and shoot so it often happens that I get a little shaky in the hands whenI shoot freehand without a tripod. So I found a lens with VC (Vibration Compensation). then it became my photos super good.Award-winning high-performance telephoto lens!Tamron SP DI VC 70-300/4-5,6 NikonSe exempel: 25507618 continue reading
Sound is vibration transmitted in medium (liquid, gas or solid) and can be percepted by human and animals within certain limits by special organs. Main sound characterisitics are frequency and amplitude.Person can perceive sound in diapason from 16 Hz to 20 000 Hz. Vibration with frequency lower than 16 Hz is infrasound. Sound within limits from 20 000 Hz to 1 GHz is called ultrasound and which is higher than 1 GHz is hypersound.Dogs can percept vibrations higher than 20 kHz. Some species... continue reading
The question always arises in a lot of camera and equipment forums ...Should I buy a lens with Image Stabilization (IS) or Vibration Reduction (VR) or buy lenses with larger apertures like F2.8?Of course the best answer is buy a lens with both but what if you can only afford one or the other.You will likely see most people would say go for the large apertures because IS/VR doesn't prevent motion blur.And they are 100% correct about that.But what I also hear from most people that... continue reading
Most of us experience most of hand-shakes when we shoot macro or highly zoomed shots. Especially those of us who don't use a tripod or a D-SLR, things become worse.Its just a vague idea I have that the vibration reduction techniques used in any camera are about generating a vibration in opposite direction.I am a singer, composer and a song-writer. Many times I arrange my own music. In my career I came across a scientist who was working on the same principle for generating noise free cars.... continue reading
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