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Stableizer On or Off

How do I know the Stablizer is on when I'm shooting?
Where should the Switch be on the Lens

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    is "ON" lined up with the "0" or not?

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Should be on the left side, near where it mounts on the camera.

Posted on Dec 06, 2007

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