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Patent: Here is Canon’s IBIS unit

It’s no surprise anymore that IBIS is coming to future EOS R cameras, and possibly a Canon DSLR. This patent is an extremely detailed view of Canon’s IBIS unit. It looks like the technology is ready to go.

Canon News breaks down this particular patent:

They are looking to create high efficiency in the movement force, and to improve the linearity of the magnetic circuit for position detection.  Both of which are important to moving a large full-frame sensor quickly and with a high degree of accuracy.

Below is an exploded view of the IBIS unit found in Japan Patent Application 2019-152785.


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