The IBIS must have been working hard during the roll !
I have an E-P2 which has come up with an IBIS problem (IS-1 flashing on the
screen), it hasn't had any hard knocks since I've had it. I Picked it up
and turned it on after a few months of no use and the flashing IS-1 started
then. The camera still seems to work ok otherwise.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: olympus <olympus-
> bounces+wayne.harridge=structuregraphs.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On
> Behalf Of Ken Norton
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> Subject: Re: [OM] Williwaw Lakes
> > Large views like that require a large canvas to do them justice.
> One of these days I need to do a couple large prints for the house.
> > I figured you must have done the ballpark trail up to O'Malley Peak
> based on the lakes positions.
> Exactly correct, except we didn't do the peak, but stayed down on the
> through trail through Ballpark.
> > If yours drop like you said, that is when the IBIS cracked sensor mount
> internally may happen.
> > https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2020/06/the-great-flange-to-sensor-di
> > stance-article-part-ii-photo-cameras/
> > Might be worth a test to see if the flange-sensor has changed.
> It didn't so much drop as it rolled. And rolled. And rolled.
> Fortunately, the camera was actually on, so I think the active IBIS
> system was active and didn't allow the sensor to do a hard knock.
> So, when are you coming up here for some hiking?
> AG Schnozz
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