Well the big question is for SLR cameras, is internal or lens image stabilization better?
If you have a standard point and shoot camera you probably have some sort of image stabilization. Now your camera may have what is called picture stabilization which is not the same thing. What picture stabilization does, it turns the ISO speed of your camera up to compensate; now in turn that degrades the picture quality, the higher the ISO speed the worse the picture. I don't recommend using this feature.
Now the big debate in SLR cameras is whether or not the image stabilization is better inside the camera or inside of the lens. Personally I think the lens should have the image stabilization. Why you might ask. Well if you were to buy another camera and it doesn't have image stabilization built in then your saved.