Anyone understands the point of Nikon's Auto ISO logic on D600?

Started Jan 22, 2013 | Discussions thread
pavi1 Veteran Member • Posts: 6,867
Re: Regardless how hard you say, you are still wrong olyflyer

Pradipta Dutta wrote:

pavi1 wrote:

This is only true if max shutter speed is reached and ISO needs to go below your set ISO to prevent over exposure.

Correct. But did you notice that the same thing does not happen on the other side. That is, the ISO never goes higher than the max value set to avoid under exposure.

Correct

What it means is that the camera operates between a max and min value and the min value is lower than the base value set.

Yes but only after max shutter reached. This is how I want it. Guess I got lucky and those who want it otherwise got unlucky. There are other things that do not work my preferred way so I did not get everything my way.

Since Nikon user manuals have multiple times (D800 user manual says min value is always 100, D3 user manual says min value is always 200) listed it, there is no reason to believe it is wrong. Let's not fool ourselves.

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