I have a point-and-shoot, and being inside is NOT pretty. My camera has IS, but its not enough, it wants me to take shots at 1/4 second at f 2.8 and ISO 200 (that's the highest I dare go). Does this get better with DSLRs? I do most of my shooting inside, and I dislike flash at night (in camera flash should be used as a secondary source of light, IMO). I want to make sure if I get my camera and go to shoot indoors, that its not going to want me to shoot 1/4 second shots all the time. I mean, part of the reason I want a DSLR is so I can ramp up the ISO without losing as much image quality as my trusty Panasonic. I know its impossible to answer this question with any sort of great accuracy, especially having never been to my house (you better not have been! ), but as a very rough estimate, do you think I'll end up needing to shoot at 1/4 with a kit f4-5.6 on a DSLR, or not? And I know I'm gonna get a 50mm 1.8 just for this purpose some day, but this question really applies to the typical 18-55 kit lens most cameras have nowadays.