Not mak­ing the most of Auto ISO

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While some pho­tog­ra­phers turn their noses up at the thought of us­ing Auto ISO, con­cerned that the cam­era will opt for a sen­si­tiv­ity that’s un­nec­es­sar­ily high for the con­di­tions, it’s ac­tu­ally very use­ful. The Auto ISO func­tion can be tai­lored so that the cam­era is un­able to push the ISO higher than a sen­si­tiv­ity you’ve di­alled in, and you can also set the min­i­mum shut­ter speed you need, im­prov­ing your chances of tak­ing sharp hand­held pho­tos.

It also adds flex­i­bil­ity in man­ual mode, en­abling you to set a com­bi­na­tion of aper­ture and shut­ter speed to give you the look you want, with the cam­era then ad­just­ing the ISO to keep the ex­po­sure con­sis­tent as the light changes.

Use the Auto ISO menu to fix the high­est ISO that the cam­era can choose

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