Do you use the auto iso? Why or Why Not???

Started Sep 3, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Do you use the auto iso? Why or Why Not???
In reply to Bob Tullis, Sep 5, 2012

Bob Tullis wrote:

highwave wrote:

I have Auto ISO set to a limit of ISO800

that's because I consider ISO800 relatively noiseless so I wouldn't care if it chose anything in between. Which it really is eager to bump up the ISO rapidly although IBIS doesn't require it at all.

if I need more than ISO800 I manually choose that

I do wish it was possible to assign ISO to one of the dials. I don't know why Olympus chose not to give this option.

FWIW you can call it up from one of the 4 compass points around the OK button (I think the default is East - at least, that's how mine is configured now).

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...Bob, NYC

"Well, sometimes the magic works. . . Sometimes, it doesn't." - Little Big Man

Yeah I know about that but I still want the ISO assigned to a dial. Especially since I fiddle with it often more than exposure compensation

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