Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by kccaptures, Mar 30, 2010.
Good news, your D-90 is functioning perfectly like it should.
In those program mode the camera takes it upon itself to change the settings as it seems fit to get the desired effect in the mode you have selected ... that even includes changing the ISO on you.
Yeah, but in broad daylight I don't see why the camera would think you'd need that high of an ISO to get 1/500th shutter speed af f/5.6.
Just use Aperture Priority next time and set it wide open (f/5.6) and see how that works for you.
The 70 -300 is not the fast of a lens... the grainy is due to the focus not being quite perfect.
What are the other stats from the photo?
Ummm, no! ... focus issues don't result in "grainy" they result in "blurry" - but "grainy" comes from EXPOSURE issues and higher ISOs ...
HA! Jimmy beat me to it ... go get him Jimmy.
Like im not one to judge but how could you own a 2 grand lens and not understand that?
Maybe because he/she wanted the sharpest pictures possible to avoid the grain (that's a hella-good salesman right there)!
Epic response. =]
Well thanks! But, really, seems to be a logical answer right ... :lmao:
makes sense to me =]
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