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    Abbreviated as EIS, electronic image stabilization uses electronic processing to control image stability. If the device sensors detect camera shake, EIS responds by slightly moving the image so that it remains in the same place on the CCD. Electronic image stabilization may result in a decrease in picture resolution.

    Contrast with optical image stabilization (OIS).