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Stabalisation in Cinema Pro

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Stabalisation in Cinema Pro


Question for Sony mods


I use Cinema Pro a great deal, but what I wish to know is, has Sony purposely turned off Stabalisation on this app, as its expected to have a gimbal when using this?

BTW in the normal camera app and if i switch to h.265 for some reason (even though the h. is render and compression type) it stabalises even better.


Any ideas?

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Re: Stabalisation in Cinema Pro

You can turn stabilization on or off for each lens at lens selection.

On the lens selection drop-down, you will see in top right of the box: " stabilization ON / OFF

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Re: Stabalisation in Cinema Pro


Thank you for the headsup


Agreed, however which stabalisation is it, OIS, EIS OR OIS+EIS has it doesnt seem to do the job very well.


Stabalisation is much better on the normal app.


Not having a moan, I love my sony phone but these little things I would like to know so I can work around them until a software update is available.