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How do I select IS Mode 2?

 
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elwuero
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Mar 17, 2006 15:44 |  #1

I'm reading a Canon photography brochure detailing the best way to capture a fast moving subject. It states, "Turn the IS function on and select IS Mode 2."

I have a EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM zoom lens. I understand how to turn on the IS but how or where do I select the "Mode"? Could it be that only some IS lenses have the mode option?

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Mar 17, 2006 15:48 |  #2

Duh! Im looking at the lens and it has a switch for the mode. Sorry for this. Before looking at the lens I tried to search for the answer on Canon's site. Wow I feel stupid.

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Mar 17, 2006 16:50 |  #3

its guna be hard to beat this one lollol
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Mar 17, 2006 18:12 as a reply to  @ GyRob's post |  #4

Click to "2"

How do you like the lense? I looked into it recently and found favourable reviews for it.
Price is decent for the reach and IS


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Mar 17, 2006 19:44 as a reply to  @ post 1301029 |  #5

That was a good one elwuero!:lol: Don't worry, I won't tell anyone about it.;)


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Mar 17, 2006 19:47 as a reply to  @ Rumjungle's post |  #6

C'mon guys. We've all been there. Glad you got it worked out, elwuero.


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