Whether you are a Nikon or Canon photographer you are likely familiar with the terms Vibration Reduction (VR) or Image Stabilization (IS). You have likely seen when searching for camera lenses to add to your ever-growing wish list.
The main difference often lies in the price, as VR lenses on cameras that have this feature are often much more expensive. We're here to explain exactly what it is and whether you really need it!
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What is vibration reduction?
Image Stabilization (Nikon) and Image Stabilization (Canon) are the names of camera technologies that help stabilize the lens or camera movement associated with a handshake.
This camera stabilizer helps eliminate blurry images caused by shaking hands or a shutter speed that is too slow. It compensates for movement, just as noise-canceling headphones fight noise.
It works well when needed. VR or image stabilization can usually only be found as an option available with zoom or macro models. The reason is simply that most prime lenses have apertures large enough (1.8, 1.4, 1.2) that VR or image stabilization is not necessary.
With this large aperture and focal length, you can often get more than enough light through the camera lens and have speeds fast enough to prevent blurry photos at any focal length. According to Nikon, VR or image stabilization can produce 4 f-stops slower than a lens without it and still produce a brighter image.