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by: Henry

Thanks for such a concise response it explains a lot I never knew to turn IS off! I have an EOS 7D mk II currently using tameron lense for sailing shoots and have been putting the camera in auto looking at the choosen setting then manually increasing shutter speed as I know which the camera sensor doesn't it is a moving object and waves.

All my photography with this kind of lense will be sailing so I am going none IS canon 70-200 F2.8 for on the water shots. And take the cost saving as the lense could get wet! This had the added bonus of landbased sailing photography using an extender and tripod.

Although I may look secondhand 70-200 mark II IS given your comments.

Thanks for such a great explanation I certianly didn't understand IS function and it would be worth a expanded article. I am switching it off.

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