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help with high iso


28 Apr 2009 6:18PM
hi folks i have a fuji s65000fd im learning the art of photography but i cant get my head round the high iso setting of 3200,i dont know why i would need to use such a setting can you guys please explain to me what you would use iso 3200 for ? the camera range for iso is 100 to 3200. as i understand it to shoot at iso 3200 would have more grain than a crusty loaf,many thanx for your help
jimmy

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Try this link it should help you. link

I only use a higher ISO setting if I require a faster shutter speed at very low light.
The higher the ISO setting the move sensitive the sensor is to light
cameracat e2
11 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
29 Apr 2009 12:40AM
Personally I'd stay away from the top end, With a bridge camera unless its a do or die image, Keep below ISO 400......Smile

I have one DSLR that has a top ISO setting of 25000, Now that might seem impressive, But ISO 25000 images are not wonderfull, Unless your a Papp with something really juicy for the front page of the Sun.

These silly high ISO figures are just another specification to please the punters, Put there because the marketing boys think we are all daft enough to buy the camera based on that.....!

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