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Hi-If lower ISO produces better quality photos,why does the ISO on the OMD E-5 only go to 200 unlike others that go to 100.
Forgive me if already answered.Still trying the search tool for forum.
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It is the same with the Olympus Pens.
I have seen an explanation somewhere about the native ISO being 200 and if they provided ISO 100 it would not give as good quality as 200. But, sorry, I don't really know the technicalities of this!
Thanks CB.Found this.Oh ya,forgot about google!
And thank you for the link!
Basically, the native ISO of the sensor should provide the best quality image. On some cameras it is 100 and on others 200.
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