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What does ISO mean for shutter speeds and waht difference does it make. Is it better to set camera to low ISO, high ISO or automatic? Thanks:thumbsup: Read More
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1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
What does ISO mean for shutter speeds and waht difference does it make. Is it better to set camera to low ISO, high ISO or automatic? Thanks:thumbsup:
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1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
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#1
http://www.photoxels.com/tutorial_iso.html

Basically low ISO is good in sunny/ outdoor shots and will give you best picture quality. Indoors/ poor lighting you need a higher ISO to capture the image but it will appear more grainy the higher the ISO is. If a camera is sold with a large ISO range it generally means it will be better for taking photos in poorly lit locations.
I would suggest leaving it at automatic.:)
#2
as i understand it, the faster the speed the sharper the image.

ie ISO 400 great for sports/fast moving pics, no blur

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http://www.cameratown.com/guides/iso.cfm
#3
Thanks, I was going to set it on high and leave it but after reading i think automatic is probably the best setting for me. Rep coming your way

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