>Hi Alfred, > >>I don't quite understand the statement: >> While it has the VR (Vibration Reduction) >feature, >>the Nikon D5200 body does not have built-in image >>stabilization. >> >>What is the VR feature that the D5200 has? > >A few other manufacturers (Sony and Pentax) have their >Stabilization ( Vibration Reduction) systems built into the >camera body. >Both Nikon (VR) and Canon (IS) build their Stabilization >systems into the lens. >The D5200 like All Nikon DSLR bodies fully support VR lenses. >Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!
VR stands for Vibration Resistance All SLR/DSL Lens tha have auto focus. regardless of quality tend wobble as the move in or out. Because regardless of mechanical tolerances nothing fits perfectly tight. So there is compensation for that movement.
Image stabilization is where the camera designed to compensate for a person's inability to hold the camera perfectly still. I know of no one that can hand hold a camera perfectly still. Even a camera on Tripod on a windy day , a camera is subject to camera shake. So the need for both