Fujifilm X20 removing ISO fractial values from selection

Started Apr 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP Roland111 Regular Member • Posts: 448
Re: Fujifilm X20 removing ISO fractial values from selection

Nukunukoo wrote:

To me, fractional ISOs are a godsend especially when using the Aperture mode. The fractional values allow to to set the lowest possible ISO. This is much more critical in smaller sensors since it is more susceptible to high ISO noise. I really don't know why you find it useless.


Thanks for your reply but I don't understand it.

Mostly I shoot also in A mode.

I mean I haven't learn to give much real value to ISO values between exposure steps.

What is in my thread against low ISO values?

IMO when shooting raw, there usually is +/- 2 exposure steps to recover exposure and fractional exposure steps most often just can't be distinguished.

And what concerns jpeg, in most motives there is too much occasional to count on ISO fractional values?

Most often lowering ISO sensitivity is just a single way to shoot without tripod and ISO fractions don't help much then.

m43 camera I use, all offer this option to navigate only between full step values.

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