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Canon Patent - DSLRs with In-Body Image Stabilization

After a little research we have found that Canon is also working to implement image stabilization in its DSLRs. Earlier Canon had a policy against IBIS on DSLR but from a recent patent it’s look like their policy now changed. And now they are working to implement image stabilization system to DSLRs

For more details you can read these translated text coming straight out from Japanese patent.

Translated text from patent

An exchangeable lens device that is attachable to and detachable from an image capturing apparatus includes two types of lens devices, i.e., a lens device including an image stabilizing mechanism that corrects camera shake generated due to a user’s hand shake and a lens device not including the image stabilizing mechanism. The image stabilizing mechanism corrects the camera shake by moving an optical system. The lens device including the image stabilizing mechanism can correct camera shift-shake in a direction orthogonal to an optical axis (hereinafter, simply referred to as camera shift-shake), but cannot correct camera roll-shake in a direction of rotation about an axis in parallel with the optical axis (hereinafter, simply referred to as camera roll-shake).

To correct the camera roll-shake, an image sensor of the image capturing apparatus needs to be rotated. In this context, Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2011-095467 discusses an image shake correction device having a rotational substrate, fixedly holding the image sensor, supported by a fixing portion via a rotation shaft. The image shake correction device discussed in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2011-095467 requires a supporting mechanism for the rotation shaft for rotating the image sensor. The image shake correction device discussed in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2011-095467 only focuses on correcting the camera roll-shake, and thus if the attached lens device does not include a shift-shake correcting mechanism, the camera shift-shake cannot be corrected with such a configuration

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1 comment to Canon Patent – DSLRs with In-Body Image Stabilization

  • I.Muñoz-Seca

    There is no doubt, it is fantastic news. Top technology that will result in the best final quality of the image that the competition has been serving for some time. If we add a CMOS-BSI then ,so much the better. And when will this be done?. Given the reset / recycle times at Canon, I’m afraid the future 5D5 and 7D3 will not incorporate it.

    No hay duda, es una fantástica noticia. Tecnología punta que redundara en la mejor calidad final de la imagen que la competencia lleva sirviendo hace tiempo. Si a esto le añadiéramos un CMOS-BSI pues, MIEL sobre OJUELAS. Y para cuando se hará esto realidad??. Dado los tiempos de reseteo/reciclaje en Canon, me temo que las futuras 5D5 y 7D3 no lo incorporaran.

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