Question about Canon Cameras
Any of the lenses with "IS" in the name have image stabilization
but it depends in what level of darkness you want to work if your talking about exposures longer than 1/25 of a second a IS lens wont help much, you can go for one of the "big glass" very fast "L series lenses" these are very expensive but let alot more light in
The only way is to use a tripod with either the self timer or a remote cable release, it is also usefull to use the mirror lock up function to reduce camera shake.
If you can provide more detail about what you want to shoot I can be far more helpful
best of luck
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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