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    Posted: 11 June 2017 at 14:35
So, I just discovered this filter (good thing it wasn't a snake!). Played around with it briefly. I'm interested to use it when "processing" my film shots that I have scanned to see if it improves my ability to extend my film shooting to low light situations where IS would prove beneficial but is not available on my non-upgraded Maxxum 9.

I'm curious if anyone experienced in using this filter can comment. A quick test using digital images from my A700 shot with/without Super Steady Shot seems to indicate that it helps, but doesn't come close to what Steady Shot does for my low light efforts.

Of course, I am just beginning to play with this filter, so I am probably missing something.

Would very much appreciate comments.

Caruso
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