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Canon Patent Application: Dual IS Patent Application
While we have seen many patent applications dealing with Canon and IBIS+IS (In Body Image Stabilization + In Lens Image Stabilization) we haven't seen many recently. Here is another patent that describes what we feel will be seen in Canon's upcoming RF camera bodies.
From what I can gather, this patent describes a potential shift in compositions that could occur from the difference between having IS or IBIS running continuously versus running just during shooting. If it was running during image acquisition only, your composition may actually shift from what you saw before the image stabilization engaged.
According to the imaging apparatus of the present invention, while suppressing the deviation of the composition at the time of shooting preparatory operation and the time of exposure, it is possible to perform image blur correction appropriate vibration damping effect can be obtained .
There has been mention about IBIS in Canon's DSLR's. While the picture seems to show an EF mount, with a deeply recessed sensor, it should be noted that Canon specifically mentions an EVF in this patent article.
This patent also details the stabilization units of both a lens and the camera, as we show in the images below.
This is just one new piece of the puzzle as Canon perfects the IBIS operation before they initially put it into a camera.
Japan Patent Application 2019-215426
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