Exposure triangle explanation please.

Started Jul 9, 2013 | Questions thread
JTC111 Contributing Member • Posts: 505
Re: Not Necessary

texinwien wrote:

JTC111 wrote:

texinwien wrote:

JTC111 wrote:

texinwien wrote:

What you don't understand is that the existence of this 'tool' is useless to you, assuming you have a camera with an ISOless sensor. And eventually, when all cameras have ISOless sensors, this 'tool' will be useless to everyone.

If it's useless, why do you occasionally adjust your ISO to 800?

What part of the above do you not understand?

I've mentioned that my camera is ISOful to 800, so I use 200, 400 and 800, but nothing above that.

Assuming an ISOless camera, which more and more cameras are, my contention above is correct.

You didn't answer my question:
Why do you occasionally adjust your ISO to 800? You say it's useless, so why do you do it?

I said it's useless assuming you have an ISOless sensor. I've said elsewhere that the sensor on my camera is ISOful up to 800.

Are you being obtuse?

You say its useless but you use it.  And you refuse to explain why you use this useless tool.

One of us is certainly being obtuse ...and it ain't me.

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