These were taken, single exposure, with the 70mm lens, a 105mm-equivalent short-tele lens.
Conventional wisdom, pre-stablization-technology, gives a rule of thumb that the inverse of the focal length is about the minimum for hand-holding a sharp picture, so in this case about 1/100 second.
They are shown at about 100% (small part of the image).
Half a second, no shake-reduction:
Half a second, with shake-reduction:
A quarter second, no SR:
A quarter second, with SR:
One-eight second, no SR:
One-eight second, with SR:
A fifteenth-second, no SR:
A fifteenth-second, with SR:
One-thirtieth second, no SR:
One-thirtieth second, with SR:
* Every maker calls it their own thing, Nikon calls it Vibration Reduction, Canon calls it Image Stabilization, etc.
It's shameful that Nikon/Canon have not yet put this in bodies (only in some lenses), when it can be put in the cheapest/smallest bodies by their competitors! What a waste to use $1500 on a low-light F:1.4 lens by Canon and then not have stabilisation as well!