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07-13-2009, 05:26 AM   #1
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ISO/*ist DL

I have not given my ist DL a full workout and wonder what happens if I change the ISO setting during a shoot? I hope it only impacts the "upcoming" photos. Is that reasonable (better yet, is it fact)?

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ISO

The setting for ISO is for the next picture to be taken. In other words, you can change the setting between exposures as often as the conditions dictate.

I find that the best thing to do is to to check the "Info" button when I first pick up the camera -- to see what all the settings are. If you want to change the ISO it is pretty quick to accomplish.
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I appreciate the reply. That was my "guess" (gawd forbid I would actually study the manual) but I didn't want to booger up a memory card full of shots. Again, THANKS!
07-13-2009, 09:54 AM   #4
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There are no camera settings that would ever affect shots you've already taken.

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I think we all have boogered up shots but thats part of learning. I would have ratherd tryied and boogered than not tryied and missed the shot!
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