Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by Artemis, Aug 22, 2004.
Very simple question...just curious what ISO settings the nikon D70 can do...? Anyone know?
Anywhere inbetween? I hope so.
Why don't you read the full review at dpreview.com
Hehe cause I didnt know about dpreview...
Review on D70 at dpreview.com
lol now I do...but I still cant find the part.
Do you mean I can have anywhere inbetween 200 and 1600? so like 400 500 600 700 800 900 etc
Well ISO settings normally double for each manual selectable setting. So it's probably:
ISO200, ISO400, ISO800 and ISO 1600
However, there's an auto ISO setting too so the camera itself can probably select any figure at all between 200 and 1600
WOW!!! IM in even MORE love with the D70!! thanks!
Your answer is here at dpreview.com. Just scroll down to where it says ISO and you'll have your answer. The D70 hits quite a bit of the ISO numbers in between 200-1600 but I rarely switch from ISO 200. If it gets too dark I prefer using a tripod instead, but a higher ISO is good for action shots that can't be accomplished with a higher shutter speed or if you are shooting low lighting without a tripod. The D70 has little noise from 200-400 but of course 200 would be your choice for the least noise.
I also wouldn't use the auto ISO setting because the feature doesn't work as well as it should. It tends to select a higher ISO more often then I would like. Most photographers like to set the ISO manually anyway.
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