Setsuya Kataoka Interview on Amateur Photographer


Really interesting interview with Setsuya Kataoka over on Amateur Photographer. Where he makes a very interesting statement ” The in-body stabilisation itself gives 5.5 steps, and the Sync IS gives 6.5 steps with OIS lenses. 6.5 stops is actually a theoretical limitation at the moment due to rotation of the earth interfering with gyro sensors.” I guess we are going to have to find a way to do with the rotation of the earth now… also in the future Panasonic aperture rings will work on Olympus bodies! If You’re interested in the new Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II check out the interview for more interesting tidbits.

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