ART for those that think it is best to only use full ISO stops

jared_IRL

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Feb 12, 2006
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this definitely isn't cool enough to require two threads...

also, anyone that worries about iso noise below iso 640 is a huge vagina.
 

Cesium

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Nov 25, 2004
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I didn't read this but I'm sure you can get the same results by exposing to the right a little bit then pulling in post. Either way, who cares.

I still wish I could turn off partial ISO stops in my 5D.
 

Marix

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May 23, 2006
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I can only adjust it in full stops, but really it doesn't make so much difference.. you can just use exposure compensation

edit: although auto-ISO seems to pick it in third stops
 
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Cicada

Abraham $LINK’in
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Sep 30, 2008
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it's interesting about the 160-multiple ISO stops as being "native" -- I discovered that while reading some stuff about DSLR video
 

EWhytsell

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Jun 16, 2008
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The only reason I like going by full stops is that it makes it easier to calculate the rest of my settings. I haven't gotten used to things like iso 320 or 4000 yet.
 

koolaids

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Jul 21, 2006
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The only reason I like going by full stops is that it makes it easier to calculate the rest of my settings. I haven't gotten used to things like iso 320 or 4000 yet.
But everything is set in either 1/3 stop per click, or 1/2 :dunno:
 

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