Using ntermediate iso values on the 7D

Started Feb 12, 2013 | Questions thread
Thorbard
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Re: Using ntermediate iso values on the 7D
In reply to apersson850, Feb 13, 2013

apersson850 wrote:

If you use multiples of 160 (320, 640 etc.), then you are better off setting it to full stops and use 100, 200, 400 and so on. Quicker to shift through the range.

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Anders

Steps of 160/320/640 have been shown to have lower noise than steps of 100/200/400.

To the OP; I think the intermediate values are fiddled in the camera software more than the "full stop" settings, but that is something the camera is well set up for compared to a software program like Photoshop.

There are other things that the camera can do far better and quicker that PC software too, so that isn't entirely surprising. Compare how long it takes ACR to convert 10 RAW files to how quickly a camera can process 10 shots taken in high-speed continuous...

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