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Image stabilization important???

I really love the olympus c-765 and am 99% on buying it. Just the one thing that bothers me is that there is not image stabilization, is this important? Please let me know ASAP! Thanks!!!

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"While the C-765UZ's lens is not stabilized, the relatively fast F3.7 aperture at full telephoto will help minimize the effects of camera shake and allow for overall good results. We recommend the use of either a monopod or tripod whenever using the telephoto capabilities of a camera."

Posted on Sep 06, 2005

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