D750 ISO settings

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Tree_M New Member • Posts: 2
D750 ISO settings


I recently got a D750 and a trying to quickly learn how to best use it for an upcoming trip to Alaska.

I have been trying to figure the best ISO settings and can't find any talk about this issue anywhere so thought to put the question to you experts:

If I am using a D750 on a tripod with a Tamron 150-600 and have the ISO Sensitivity Minimum shutter speed set to Auto, should I reduce the sensitivity of the shutter speed to "slower"?

I admit that I don't completely understand what the "faster" and "slower" settings do for the minimum shutter speed, but in playing with them I see that as I move it to slower, it makes the shutter speed slower and decreases the ISO.  I think this is to compensate for lens movement with a long lens.

But... if I'm using a good tripod and ball head, then I would not want this compensation, right?  And would rather keep my ISO down so as to reduce noise.

I worry I am not doing a good job explaining my question but can't think of a better way to state it.

So..... hopefully some of you are able to get the gist of my question and can give me some feedback on if I should bump the reaction to "slower" when using a tripod.


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