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Old 07-07-2010, 11:16 AM   #31
 
yeah 4.5 isn't terrible, you can probably get some fairly descent shutter speeds if you crank the ISO to 800. But anything under 1/100th you run the risk of some blur.
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Old 07-07-2010, 11:29 AM   #32
 
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yeah 4.5 isn't terrible, you can probably get some fairly descent shutter speeds if you crank the ISO to 800. But anything under 1/100th you run the risk of some blur.

my iso goes up to 6400 is that good??
say i set the setting for over the 1/100 th mark and leave the iso at 6400 in low light conditions will that help even though the app is at 5.6 as it can't be set at 4.5.
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Old 07-07-2010, 11:44 AM   #33
 
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my iso goes up to 6400 is that good??
say i set the setting for over the 1/100 th mark and leave the iso at 6400 in low light conditions will that help even though the app is at 5.6 as it can't be set at 4.5.

ISO6400? Hmmm that doesn't sound right. You sure we are talking about ISO and not shutter speed? if it does go that high, your pictures will probably get noisy. What I mean by noisy is, you'll see a lot of colored dots in the photo and it won't look clean and clear.

I would just experiment. If it does go to ISO 6400, try 1600, and see how high you can get the shutter speed to go. If you can't get it high enough to stop blur, bump it up to the next higher ISO setting and so on.
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Old 07-07-2010, 12:05 PM   #34
 
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ISO6400? Hmmm that doesn't sound right. You sure we are talking about ISO and not shutter speed? if it does go that high, your pictures will probably get noisy. What I mean by noisy is, you'll see a lot of colored dots in the photo and it won't look clean and clear.

I would just experiment. If it does go to ISO 6400, try 1600, and see how high you can get the shutter speed to go. If you can't get it high enough to stop blur, bump it up to the next higher ISO setting and so on.

yup i am talking about ISO and i will try what you thought today. thanks for the lessons. =)
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