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3 hours ago, @yan_berthemy_photography said:

Hi guys,

 

I am looking to turn on IBIS for my manual lens (no connection between body and lens)

 

I would like to use sensor stabilization but it does not work... only works with my native 25mm 1.7 panasonic lens... is this normal? any settings to change??

The Panasonic GF2 doesn't have IBIS.

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7 hours ago, @yan_berthemy_photography said:

Hi guys,

 

I am looking to turn on IBIS for my manual lens (no connection between body and lens)

 

I would like to use sensor stabilization but it does not work... only works with my native 25mm 1.7 panasonic lens... is this normal? any settings to change??

You might have to enable "shoot without a lens" in the menu. It's the same on all cameras basically.

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You have to set the focal length for each manual lens you use.  I think that the GH5 asks you about the focal length when you turn on the camera.

 

 

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6 hours ago, tupp said:

You have to set the focal length for each manual lens you use.  I think that the GH5 asks you about the focal length when you turn on the camera.

Yes, it does.

IIRC it's also in the menu setting for stabilisation too, so you can set it there as well.

I just turn the camera off then on again to change it :)

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