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    Default ISO on digicam?

    When a digicam's specs say that the ISO sensitivity or ISO is 100,
    does that mean you can only take pics at ISO100?

    restricted to ISO100 for life? eeeee ...


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    Default Re: ISO on digicam?

    Originally posted by Juvelyn
    When a digicam's specs say that the ISO sensitivity or ISO is 100,
    does that mean you can only take pics at ISO100?

    restricted to ISO100 for life? eeeee ...


    http://www.fujifilm.com/JSP/fuji/epa...oduct=43860738
    Aftre looking through the specs, i reckon that it's set @ ISO 100
    and there's no way to adjust it any further. However, yoru best bet is to join us in one of the SEEDs, and try the camera out yourself or with one of the more experienced photgraphers here and let them advise you.
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    Default Re: ISO on digicam?

    Originally posted by Juvelyn
    When a digicam's specs say that the ISO sensitivity or ISO is 100,
    does that mean you can only take pics at ISO100?

    restricted to ISO100 for life? eeeee ...


    http://www.fujifilm.com/JSP/fuji/epa...oduct=43860738
    I think so. But it doesn't really matter cos for consumer/prosumer digicam, going above iso 100 is not so advisable. I always set mine to the minimum which happens to be ISO 100.

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    Hi Falcon, no offense yah, but some times, it is better to set the ISO level higher in low light condition, esp if you don't wish to use flash and need to maintain a certain aperture/shutter speed to prevent handhskae or otherwise....

    Just a thought.

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    Hi Falcon, no offense yah, but some times, it is better to set the ISO level higher in low light condition, esp if you don't wish to use flash and need to maintain a certain aperture/shutter speed to prevent handhskae or otherwise....

    Just a thought.

    Cheers.
    I agree. But the noise level can get quite high as the ISO setting increases for digicam, at least for my cam.
    Last edited by Falcon; 17th September 2002 at 04:10 PM.

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    so ISO 100 should be okay for outdoor and day-time shots, ya?

    resolution of 1600 X 1200 impossible for prints larger than 4R?

    thank you!

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    Originally posted by Juvelyn
    so ISO 100 should be okay for outdoor and day-time shots, ya?

    resolution of 1600 X 1200 impossible for prints larger than 4R?

    thank you!
    I think can up to 8R. Correct me if I am wrong.

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    1600x1200 should be able to go up to A4 size i reckon?
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