In depth IBIS (In Body Image Stabilization) test comparing the flagship cameras for micro four thirds. This Panasonic GH5 vs Olympus EM1ii IBIS and lens test together and side by side.
Please watch both videos as is breaks down why certain lenses work better, and differently on each camera body.
Thank ‘Michael The Maven’ for the detail video breakdown on the issues you came get when using Panasonic lenses on Olympus bodies and vice versa. The Photography side of the tests still stand with IS-1, looks like he had M-IS1 on, which is electronic stabilization on the EM1ii for video. He was also told that C4K is cleaner on the EM1ii, and others have suggested the Oly 12-100 to match DUAL IS. First video look.
If you own either a Panasonic GH5 or an Olympus OMD EM1ii, you know your camera has IBIS (In Body Stabilization). You could be in the market for a new general purpose lens. Panasonic has 2 12-35 2.8s that have built in stabilization, and with they new DUAL IS feature, these lenses work even better with the new GH5. The question is, how much better and do these IS lenses improve performance when used on the Olympus OMD EM1ii? In this video Michael answers those questions for both slow shutter speeds at 1/5 of a second as well as video stabilization performance.
After some help from viewers Michael decided to repeat the test, this time with the Olympus 12-100 IS f4, and turning E stabilization off on the Olympus. He found some very interesting things and he hopes it answers many of your questions in regards to dual stabilization as well as if the Panasonic benefits from Olympus IS lenses. I hope this help some people out.