Differences between AIS, OIS, and EIS
|Differences between AIS, OIS, and EIS|
AI image stabilization (AIS)
AIS is an image stabilization technology powered by AI, allowing the camera to take long exposure videos or shots, especially in low light conditions, while still maintaining a sharp and detailed image without any blur.
Optical image stabilization (OIS)
OIS is a mechanical image stabilization technology powered by motors, which stabilizes the photography process by detecting the camera's movement and moving the lens with motors to counteract this.
Electronic image stabilization (EIS)
EIS is an image stabilization technique that analyzes the image of about 2/3 of the area on the image sensor, and then use the images at the edges to compensate for camera movements. Most cameras use this method.