VR Lens vs non VR Lens Super Detail Comparison!

If you are new for photography, you may don’t know what is the different between VR lens and non-VR lens, what are their definition, how we can use these lens in our photography job. In this post, I will help you to understand clearly about them: VR vs non-VR lens.

VR Lens vs non VR Lens Super Detail Comparison!


So what is VR stand for ? In fact, VR stand for Vibration Reduction. There’s a lot of people who think that vibration reduction or image stabilization on the Canon lens  will help you get sharp images indoors of moving subjects.  A lot of people that are selling these lenses they don’t understand most the stuff themselves , what is VR lens good for.   They say will give you two three maybe even four stops of hand-hold ability,  well,  allowing you to hand hold a camera at slow shutter speeds where you normally wouldn’t be able to in less you are on a tripod but then again your hand holding it so you don’t want that motion blur so vibration reduction or image stabilization is counter acting your hand movements,  allow you to hand hold its slow shutter speeds where you normally shouldn’t be shooting.

But many people buy these lenses like a $55 to $200  VR lens and they think that if they go indoors and they tried to shoot sports that the VR is going to help them keep the subjects shark say it’s a basketball game indoors.   They think that by putting VR on, that they’re gonna freeze the action it’s not gonna happen this is what’s going to happen.

A  lot of people don’t understand this that’s why I’m explaining it what’s gonna happen is the background the wall the bricks in the back going to be nice and sharp because the vibration reduction is counteracting your movement but the subject is going to look out a focused or blurred.  That’s because the shutter speed isn’t fast enough to freeze their moving so when it’s 5.6 zoomed out the 200 with the VR lens on the subjects  gonna blur out as they move across the screen or your viewfinder when you shoot the picture they’re gonna be blurry.


This is why I recommend better faster glass because just because you get three to four stops better hand-hold ability with the VR lens doesn’t mean you’re getting the same effect as a 2.8 piece of glass. A 2.8 piece of glass is gonna let in more light which is gonna bump up your shutter speed so instead of being at of 40% of the second trying to shoot a basketball indoors you gonna be at an a DS one stop I’ll then one twenty-fifth and 250 s so around 250 at a second you’re going to be shooting at your 2.8 because you’re getting those three stops for two-and-a-half stops better light.

So what’s happening now you can freeze that subject running across the screen a  running across warning up and down the court because you’re leading in more light you’re not just relying on the vibration reduction to counteract your movement you’re not gonna get more light at 5.6 with VR 2.8 you’re getting more light that’s why I recommend better pieces of glass up front because better lenses allow you to let in more light they’re usually built better better contrast, better clarity, better color representation, better ability to handle lens flare and light flare and light pollution. So yes I recommend better class and yes it’s more expensive but what would you rather do spend four hundred dollars honest 55 the three hundred and realize in six months. That you shouldn’t have bought that when you could have spent another four hundred dollars on the 70-200 Sigma 2.8



You know that’s why I recommend better class I’d made all the mistakes up front I bought the wrong piece is a class when I started because I didn’t have anybody guiding me or helping me understand wide better look better lenses are more important.  I was buying the 100 to 300 5.6 that I just didn’t realize was terrible indoors and I just couldn’t do that.  I couldn’t shoot indoors.

So back to the whole VR, VR lens as good when you’re shooting inanimate objects, course abject that are moving.  You’re gonna be able to freeze them better at slower shutter speeds but anytime you get into moving subjects you’re not going to be able to freeze them because a VR lens.  That’s why I’m not a Brit big proponent of VR in every lenses it just adds cost and adds weight , and probably isn’t needed cell hopefully that gives your wrap up the R and hope you understand it better  today’s 18 a stout today obviously super secret project day is a business out today you’ve got Paddington Bear who to change its name the pending 10 bear because he’s got to cabbage patch women on his arms Jared poland.

VR and non-VR Lens ? What we should choose?

A lot of people use the DSLR to shoot these days, what we’re going to test for sure today is to find out a 16 35 Nico a fall with the we are turned on compared with using a sigma which has no vr this is after . 24-70 . What we’re going to do today is to find out whether with the VR turn on how much it actually affects the stability of our footage. We tried this before with the non vr lens, it looks horrendous it’s very shaky,  so what we’re going to do is take a footage with this and change lens for this let’s try this.

Now we’re going to put the 250 site by site, you’re going to take a look at them. All right, this is now running on a 24-70 lens of sigma lens that has no we r is running the same expose .  We want to see this land stability handheld with Billy as the cameraman compared to this new code it was the one that we were using a 1635 at four.  Let’s compare footage you be the judge of this you’ll see a difference but the other non movie autonomic can see it just slightly.

At the end, you will see the 2 mode hint at the bottom left of the screen! Do not focus to much at the girl 😀

Okay, now you have know the different between a VR lens and non-VR lens.