Making the picture brighter and clearer indoors and low light

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
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ec1k Regular Member • Posts: 167
Re: Making the picture brighter and clearer indoors and low light

There's no free lunch.

Aperture, ISO, and shutter speed are inter-related. This is the reason why large aperture lenses (numerically smaller) are so expensive and desirable. Boost ISO and you'll get noise, aperture is limited by your lens, and the longer the shutter speed, the more motion blur becomes a problem.

HHT, anti-motion blur, OSS, are features that can expand the cameras abilities to deal with low light shooting in different ways.

Exposure adjustment is just that, it's the manipulation of one or more than one of these to get the results (brightness) you're looking for.  Depending on your mode, the camera adjusts certain values to result in the exposure you desire.

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