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IBIS on Fuji XT-4 - How do you turn it off?

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Hello.  Very new here.  I have the Fuji XT-4 with the most current firmware as of July 2020.  In the menus there are two options for IBIS - Continuous & Shooting Only.  I can't seem to find anything in the user manual or online about this - maybe I'm not looking in the right places.   Can anyone please advise on how to turn the In Body Image Stabilization to "OFF" for shooting on a tripod?  I've heard some folks talk that you don't really need to do this as this mechanism may not introduce "shake" the way some IBIS systems do.  However, I don't see an option for OFF in the camera menu.  Just Continuous or Shooting.   Anyone have any experience they can offer?  I imagine I am just missing it.   Thanks in advance!

 

Tom

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On 7/22/2020 at 3:38 PM, Kasumi3344 said:

Read my post that shares Ken Wheelers XT-4 book.  He goes through the ins and outs.

 

On 7/22/2020 at 3:38 PM, Kasumi3344 said:

Read my post that shares Ken Wheelers XT-4 book.  He goes through the ins and outs.

I'm new here.  What is your post called and where do I find it?  That is kind of a vague answer but I appreciate the reply.  

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Are you using a lens with OIS?  If you are, turn image stabilization on and off with the lens.  

 

If you put a lens on the camera without OIS, OFF will suddenly appear in the menu.

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Thanks LeonD.  I was thinking that was the case but could find nothing in Fuji Manual to clarify that.  That is what I have been doing uncertain it was the right thing.  Until now.  Much obliged!  

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