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Video Stabilization Comparison: Lens IS vs In-Body IS vs Warp Stabilizer

How does Lens IS compare to using IBIS? And how do either of these compare to stabilization in post? These are the questions that Eric Stemen wanted to answer in his latest side-by-side comparison, which highlights the benefits and limitations of each stabilization method when shooting video handheld.

Apple May Put Sensor-Based IBIS in the Next iPhone: Report

A fresh report citing "industry observers" claims that Apple has a big change in store for next year's iPhones. Certain 5G models of the 2020 iPhone, claims the report, will come with sensor-shift stabilization instead of the lens-based OIS that's currently being used.

Google Pixel 3 Owners are Reporting a Major Camera Shaking Defect

The best smartphone for photography—at least according to many reviewers—is suffering from a significant camera defect. Over the past few months, a large number of Google Pixel 3 owners have taken to the forums to report and document a "Camera Shaking" issue that is plaguing their smartphones.

Google Explains Why the Pixel Doesn’t Have Optical Image Stabilization

When Google announced its Pixel smartphone last week and boasted about its "best smartphone camera ever," there was one notable thing it lacked compared to the iPhone: optical image stabilization. Instead of physically stabilizing shots, the Pixel uses readings from the phone's built-in gyroscope to compensate for shake.

Latest iPhone 6 Rumors: Larger Version to Feature OIS, Smaller Will Not

We've already seen that Apple plans to take some serious photographic steps forward when it comes to the its newest mobile operating system, iOS 8, but we have yet to find out what the Cupertino giant has up its sleeve hardware wise.

Of course, even if we haven't heard from Apple, that doesn't mean we don't have some idea what's on the way. As the iPhone 6's inevitable announcement draws ever nearer, vague hardware rumors are beginning to solidify.