In-body image stabilization or IBIS for short is a technology that helps to keep pictures and videos taken with digital cameras shake-free.
The technology has been around for a few years, but has really taken off in the past year or so with the release of several high-end cameras that have it built in.
In-body image stabilization works by using a gyroscope to detect camera movement and then compensates for it by moving one or more of the camera’s internal elements.
This results in sharper images and videos, especially when shooting in low light or when using a telephoto lens.
In this post, I’m outlining what Fujifilm cameras have IBIS in case that is an important feature you’d like to have in the camera you purchase and use.
Fujifilm GFX 100
There you have it. A decent-sized collection of Fujifilm cameras with in-body image stabilization built in. Hopefully you now have a much better idea of what Fujifilm cameras have IBIS.
Keep in mind, there are also many Fuji lenses that have optical image stabilization built in to use with Fujifilm camera bodies.
For a look at which OIS lenses are available, be sure to read Which Fuji Lenses Have OIS? next.