What ISO to keep on A mode?

Started 4 months ago | Questions thread
Mark B.
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In reply to Sandy70, 4 months ago

Sandy70 wrote:

I figured out that I would like to stick to A mode when i require to shoot non-moving objects. I would switch to S mode when i want to change speed frequently. Would that be a right approach for a beginner like me?

For rotineday time still images, eg landscape,street views,portraits, What should be the starting ISO-200/400 range?.

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Keep the ISO as low as possible; i.e. so that you still have enough shutter speed to avoid blur due to camera shake or to freeze moving subjects.  Only you can know that based on what you're shooting, which will come with experience.  Lower ISO, as a good general rule, will result in a better quality image.

Mark

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