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My canon 15x45 IS the stabilizing feature has quit functioning totally, what do I do

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Go to technical service closer that is in the paper on the warranty, or call canon in your country and request him where you can send it by mail for repair

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SOURCE: How to fix image stabilizer problem ?

If the subject moves, no image stabilizer is going to help.

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The stabilization is for when you hold the camera. It helps prevent camera movements by the photographer to show in the pictures.

Just take care that the image stabilization has its limits.


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