Bad Hangovers from Film Days?

Started Mar 13, 2014 | Discussions thread
hdr Senior Member • Posts: 2,841
Re: Bad Hangovers from Film Days?

Aaron Corey wrote:

...I know what you're saying, but selecting a shutter speed and aperture can also involve significant trade-offs (in motion blur and DOF) depending on the shooting conditions. Even though shutter speed and aperture are easy to change, I still put some thought into them and understand the trade-offs involved. So why should ISO be any different? There are some situations where a little extra noise is preferable to blurry motion or too-shallow DOF. A quick ISO dial would still require the photographer to make a conscious decision (as opposed to just setting the camera on auto-ISO and forgetting about it).

All said, I believe camera makers will almost certainly be including that feature in new cameras, especially in view of ongoing advances in sensor capability, and consumer demand for it is apparent.

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