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What cameras have built in IS/VR etc

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Stephen Rundle, Aug 6, 2020.

  1. Stephen Rundle

    Stephen Rundle In the Stop Bath

    Looking for a CHEAP pre owned camera that has built in stabilization AND will take a T2 mounted preset lens

    Under £200 :) :) :), age no concern

    ?????????? makes

    Thanks
     
  2. dangie

    dangie Senior Knobhead

    Pentax dSLR bodies have in body stabilisation.
     
  3. neilt3

    neilt3 Well-Known Member

    All the later Pentax DSLRs have in body image stabilisation .
    You mount the lens , switch them camera on and it asked for the focal length of the lens .
    The Pentax *ist d and k100 doesn't have it , check others .
    Something like a Pentax k20d or later would do you , though for £200 you can probably get something newer .

    Sony DSLRs and SLTs also have it .
    The SLTs are good with the EVF as you can magnify the image .
    Unfortunately you can't set the focal length on manual lenses , so are no good to you .
    You can buy chipped adapters , but if you've got more than one lens to mount it'll start to get expensive .

    If m4/3 size sensors good for you ( particularly telephoto lenses ) I believe Olympus cameras all have in body i/s .
    But check first .
     
  4. Stephen Rundle

    Stephen Rundle In the Stop Bath


    Thanks
     
  5. Stephen Rundle

    Stephen Rundle In the Stop Bath

    Thanks
    ???

    It really is a joke, "good GCSE" starter camera, I remember when a Canon 300D was an "enthusiasts" model :)

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