A magnetically suspended sensor compensates instead of elements inside the lens, which means you can get some of the benefits of the stabilization system with any lens you mount on the body. The degree to which you’re able to utilize all five axes depends on the lens you mount. If the camera can receive both focal length and focusing distance information from the lens, then stabilization will happen in all five axes. If the lens can not transmit focusing distance information, then stabilization will occur on the three axes of pitch, yaw, and roll. If no information passes between the body and the lens, you have the option to manually enter the focal length from a range between 8mm and 1000mm. In that case you’ll be limited to pitch and yaw correction. Still, this is a boon for a camera that's so easy to adapt for legacy lenses.