Image Stabilization (IS)

Image stabilization (IS) is a photography technology/technique that helps eliminate or reduce camera shake-induced blurriness and wobble from photos and videos respectively. The stabilization effect can be achieved through hardware or software. The functionality helps when there’s no tripod available or much light around to capture images or shoot videos. In fact, a point-and-shoot camera with […]

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Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS)

Also called digital image stabilization, electronic image stabilization (EIS) is a digital technique that helps capture sharper pictures. In other words, EIS minimizes blurriness in pictures and shakiness in videos induced by unsteady camera handling or movement. EIS tries to do what optical image stabilization (OIS) achieves, but it does that electronically or through software. […]

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Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)

Optical image stabilization (OIS) is the term given to a set of camera lenses and other apparatus to help ensure any camera shake or wobbly camera handling doesn’t cause the captured images or videos to turn out blurry or shaky. OIS replaces the tripod to a certain extent. OIS achieves stability by mobilizing the lens elements or […]

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