The phrase you really mean is "High ISO Noise"...

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Dan Nikon
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The phrase you really mean is "High ISO Noise"...
Feb 7, 2012

When in the heck did all the weekend-warrior, don't-quit-your-day-job-pixel-peeping-happy-snappers truncate the phrase:

"High ISO noise levels" to just "How is the ISO on the camera?" in the past few years?

What the term ISO means is an acronym for "International Organization for Standardization", not a high ISO setting on a digi-snappers cameras.

Educate your self, don't be lazy and sound more intelligent...even if you are not.
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