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How does image stabilizing work?

Asked by whitecarnations (1635points) March 8th, 2012

So I understand the mirror inside the DSLR can slightly shake, how does image stabilizer through video correct the problem?

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XOIIO's avatar

I think if shifts the lense left.right/up/down based on the image movement.

gorillapaws's avatar

If I were going to attempt to write the software I would create a buffer along the edges of the image like a picture frame, and crop the image. I would compare each frame to the one before it and look for closely matching pixels and try to line up the two frames by shifting them up/down/left/right in the opposite direction of the motion. This may be a completely wrong approach, and I suspect that modern software is a lot more sophisticated than this.

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