The state is pretty good, and getting better. As we speak, the two behemoths of the SLR world, Canon and Nikon, offer a range of stabilizer lenses, and a top independent lensmaker, Sigma, has just come out with an Optical Stabilizer lens. All these can be used with film as well as digital SLRs. The 8-megapixel Konica Minolta DiMAGE A2 EVF camera employs a unique "chip shift" Anti-shake system. And three digital compacts, the Canon PowerShot S1 IS plus the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10 and DMC-FX5, use in-lens image stabilizers. Let's, um, shake down all of them.