Chris talks about taking pictures out of a flying plexiglass (perspex) window at 150 mph. It’s also the reveal of the latest Slack Challenge. Let’s look at the winner photos (links below). Also someone tried to sell Jay a new camera, which made him wonder about sensor size. Chris goes into why a bigger sensor isn’t the goal.
Today Chris tries to answer one single question and it has to do with your camera’s in-body image stabilization (IBIS) and the size of your lenses’ image circles. Will the added motion still fit inside the image circles of lenses that have been designed long before it was possible to move sensors? Is the image circle really a factor to consider when buying a new lens?