D300 Auto ISO Function/Behavior

Started Dec 3, 2012 | Questions thread
n057 Veteran Member • Posts: 6,971
Re: My Latest Finding After Going Back to the Camera.

mistermejia wrote:

They are different cameras in deed, and honestly, when i had my D200, when the D300 came out i "personally" didn't find it to be like DAY and NIGHT, but the D300 certainly is much better in the higer ISO department. But you do realize the D7000 is a much newer camera with a different sensor with complete different personalities, right?

Even if they are different cameras, the meter reading should be the same for the same scene. Put it another way, if the properly exposed on one is, say, 1/15 f/2.8 at 400 ISO, you should be able to set any other camera the same way and get a properly exposed image. If any auto function needs a different setting to properly expose the image, something funny is going on.

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