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    Default ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    Hi all, newbie here

    Jz wondering ISO 100 & ISO 200 are much different??

    thks in adv..

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    they are just there to make up the numbers

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    i cant even see the difference in a 100% crop to be honest...

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    wa.. i think just play with it. one brighter one less bright.

    thats the only diff i guess?

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    Quote Originally Posted by navic View Post
    Hi all, newbie here

    Jz wondering ISO 100 & ISO 200 are much different??

    thks in adv..
    Depends on your camera. On some models, ISO 200 is the base ISO and 100 is "low". Shooting ISO 100 on these cameras will result in less highlight headroom (less DR) as a result.

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    Try shooting on your camera with the 2 ISO.
    Shld be identical unless u zoom in 10X to see the pixel.

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    Quote Originally Posted by navic View Post
    Hi all, newbie here

    Jz wondering ISO 100 & ISO 200 are much different??

    thks in adv..
    In terms of shutter speed, yes.

    Please read up on photography basics, namely "exposure".
    Alpha

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    Quote Originally Posted by club21z View Post
    Try shooting on your camera with the 2 ISO.
    Shld be identical unless u zoom in 10X to see the pixel.
    Between 100 and 200? Nah, I doubt he could see a difference in terms of image quality.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: ISO 100 vs ISO 200

    What are you comparing with ISO for? The noise or the light sensitivity?
    ISO can affect a photo in a few areas.

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