Fujifilm is helping make the world a better, healthier, and more interesting place. Learn more about what we’re about.
Even small vibrations of the mounting point of zoom lenses can lead to very shaky and often unusable video captures. To be on the save side, high-performance image stabilization is key to compensate such vibrations.
Vibrations influencing a camera and zoom-lens installation may derive from heavy engines in a building, ship or other vehicles. They can also be induced by bypassing railway trains or strong, low-frequency sound sources in factory environments or even just strong winds. Software based stabilization might sound like a good hands-on solution. However, Optical Image Stabilization from FUJINON has multiple advantages over electronic/software based approaches:
Higher picture quality without frame loss
This is especially true at the observation of moving objects. While software based stabilization requires several frames to calculate a stabilized image, optical stabilization provides instant results without losing any frames.
Maximum field of view and constant image section
Electronic stabilizers require cropping numerous pixels at the edges of the video image while optical stabilization continuously shows the full frame without losing image sensor resolution or field of view.
The video demonstrates the significant value-add of Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) in the FUJINON D60x16.7 zoom lens.
Designers of demanding surveillance systems, where cameras and lenses might possibly be exposed to vibrations, should get it right from the beginning and compare the capabilities of optical vs. electronic image stabilization, e.g. by evaluating our FUJINON D60x16.7 zoom lens with 60x zoom, 2 megapixel resolution for up to 1/1.8” image sensors and C-mount.
FUJIFILM Optical Devices Europe GmbH
Phone: +49 2821 / 7115 400
Fujifilm Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation.