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sound noise when Vlux 114 is powered on

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I have two cameras that have sound noise after powered on. One is Hasselblad CF-39 MFDB, the other is Leica Vlux 114.

I am OK with the MFDB, I know it is the cooling fan. But Leica Vlux 114 is weired. Is it a problem?

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I’ve been using a VLux114 for a few years. Never noticed any noise/sound when it is switched on.

How would you describe the sound?

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I see, or maybe not! So it's an issue with the noise intruding when you're capturing video?  I have never shot video with my VLux, and I can't say I've noticed the noise anyway (but I am a little deaf ).

Since FZ1000=VLux114, it would seem that the noise is a normal characteristic then?

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10 hours ago, jcraf said:

I see, or maybe not! So it's an issue with the noise intruding when you're capturing video?  I have never shot video with my VLux, and I can't say I've noticed the noise anyway (but I am a little deaf ).

Since FZ1000=VLux114, it would seem that the noise is a normal characteristic then?

If you have no such problem, you are lucky.

I can’t say it is normal, it is a design flaw.

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On 10/9/2019 at 2:19 PM, Jon Schick said:

It's the image stabilisation system, and perfectly normal when that is left switched on permanently.  

It might be normal in its own sense. At least is not with FZ300. In fact, I know of no other cameras with IS except FZ1000 and FZ200, not sure about Vlux 5.

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