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Olympus Patent - Advance Image Stabilization System

We have read that Olympus already reached the physical limits of image stabilization by providing the 6 stops of image stabilization in the recently announced Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera. (Olympus E-M1 Mark II do provide 6 Stops of image stabilization when combined with some specific Olympus OIS lenses.)

That is not it that is not the limit because even after that we have seen patents in which Olympus is actively working to improve the image stabilization inside there cameras that is sensor based image stabilization system. Before we begin let me remind you that just few weeks ago we have published a patent that Olympus is working on hybrid image stabilization system that patent was published on January 19, 2017 .

Now I am going to discuss a patent that was published on August 2017 (more fresh then the previous one). So, this is more new and according to the patent it clearly shows that Olympus is working to improve their 5 Axis image stabilization system may be for Olympus E-M1 Mark III. Well we will not getting into the details I am putting the translated text of the patent so you can better understand what it is actually written and if you know Japanese then you can also help us by translating the patent and sending it back to us

google translate | Patent Details

Other languages Japanese
Inventor Olympus Corp
Priority date 2017-08-30

Blur correction device

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a shake correction device that enables a movable part to be drawn toward a stationary part with appropriate force without weighting the movable part, and enables efficient and stable operation.SOLUTION: A shake correction according to an embodiment has: a first stationary part that includes a magnet; a second stationary part that includes a yoke forming a magnetic circuit between the magnet and the yoke; and a movable part that is arranged between the first stationary part and the second stationary part. A plurality of rolling elements is provided between the first stationary part and the movable part, and the movable part is movable toward a surface direction. The movable part is provided with a coil facing the magnet, a magnetic material constituting a magnetic spring between the magnet and the magnetic material, and a driven member. The magnetic spring generates magnetic suction force that draws the movable part to the first stationary part.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 4

see Panasonic is also working on Hybrid IS

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