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    Default Pentax K-x ISO 100??

    Hi Guys,

    im a newbie in Pentax do the K-x have ISO100? because i had tried many ways the minimum i can get is only ISO200 the lowest?

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    Default Re: Pentax K-x ISO 100??

    If you have the camera, why don't you try? Why don't you read the manual? Hve you checked any review online?
    Alpha

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    Default Re: Pentax K-x ISO 100??

    go to menu
    than go to C1 the one in orange than look for expanded sensitivity
    go inside the expanded sensitivity and select "ON". Tada ur iso can go to 100

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    Default Re: Pentax K-x ISO 100??

    It is no wonder why some manufacturers are no longer providing physical user manuals. They just ask you to download...

    Save some trees.

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    Default Re: Pentax K-x ISO 100??

    Quote Originally Posted by klvin1314 View Post
    Hi Guys,

    im a newbie in Pentax do the K-x have ISO100? because i had tried many ways the minimum i can get is only ISO200 the lowest?
    you can get iso100, please read your manual.

    the base iso of the k-x is slated at iso200, but based on some tests that people have done, the base iso is probably iso125. i'm not really a very technical person, but what it means is that if you use the "expanded iso" function, you won't lose much DR as compared to what you get at iso200.

    usually when you use "expanded iso", you will lose some amount of DR, as for most implementations, this involves the camera shooting at iso200, and then "dialing it down" a stop to achieve "iso 100", which is not true iso100. here, at least... based on what i've read, the problem is minimised.

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