Who first used the word ISOless (or ISO less)?

Started 9 months ago | Questions thread
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Re: Who first used the word ISOless (or ISO less)?
In reply to Tim A2, 9 months ago

Tim A2 wrote:
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[will] go get a six pack of Smit-icks and see if I can come up with a word that refers to the degree to which a camera is ISOless (or ISOful for the optimistic).

I'm afraid not one but two words are needed to close that gaping vocabulary chasm, for to the optimist, a camera whose read noise ramps down as the ISO figure increases and then flattens out somewhere midway the ISO range is nothing less than a half-ISOful camera; to the pessimist, it's only a half-ISOless one. Or:

Get ready for a twelve-pack.

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