two different cameras on auto. why select different ISOs

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baloo_buc Veteran Member • Posts: 8,206
Re: two different cameras on auto. why select different ISOs

baloo_buc wrote:

Nikon decided that you don't need to have also the environment in the picture so it uses a higher ISO in order to have another objects in the picture than the ones directly lit by the flash.

I wanted to say that Nikon decided you rather want also the environment in the picture (not the subject well lit and the background pitch black).
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