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2009/3/4-13 [Consumer/Camera] UID:52672 Activity:nil Cat_by:auto
3/4     How Image Stabilization works. Pretty cool!
        http://i.gizmodo.com/5163783/how-optical-image-stabilization-lenses-work-jiggle-jiggle
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i.gizmodo.com/5163783/how-optical-image-stabilization-lenses-work-jiggle-jiggle
going on inside lenses that are all "we optically stabilize yer blurry images, biyatch" and make you pay extra? A lot of movin' and groovin', as this Canon lens cutaway reveals.