Pentax K-x ISO 100??


klvin1314

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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?
:bigeyes:
 

Rashkae

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

dashbodz

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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 :)
 

daredevil123

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

Save some trees. ;)
 

night86mare

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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?
:bigeyes:
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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