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Thread: Take night view with ISO100 but come out to be ISO 1600

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    Default Take night view with ISO100 but come out to be ISO 1600

    Hi I using nikon D60 and have this problem occur everytime i take night shot. I check my iso setting to be 100 but after i took the shot, the picture will be in iso 1600 can somebody explain why is this happening?? thanks

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    Default Re: Take night view with ISO100 but come out to be ISO 1600

    ISO in auto mode, or in programmed settings?

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    Default Re: Take night view with ISO100 but come out to be ISO 1600

    90% u set ur iso mode to iso auto
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    Default Re: Take night view with ISO100 but come out to be ISO 1600

    Quote Originally Posted by wildsoyabean View Post
    90% u set ur iso mode to iso auto
    i concurr.

    the other remaining 10%, your camera needs to go back NSC.
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    Default Re: Take night view with ISO100 but come out to be ISO 1600

    if the ISO 1600 is appeared in RED color then you must had switched on the auto ISO... (for PASM mode only... can't remember if pre-programmed modes turn Red when changing ISO setting)

    if it's white then i think you need to go back to Nikon...

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    Default Re: Take night view with ISO100 but come out to be ISO 1600

    Your Auto ISO is on.

    Change this to off....
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