Best low light FF Canon DSLR

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Dr_Jon wrote:

Mako2011 wrote:

Dr_Jon wrote:

Mako2011 wrote:

As you stated earlier, "while ISO doesn't change the amount of light the sensor collects",... only by changing the shutter speed and/or aperture and or scene luminance is more/less light let in

I'm sorry, you do get there is such as a thing as a correct exposure (I am pretty certain)? .

I was only speaking to the fact that the ISO setting doesn't really change the amount of light the sensor collects. What constitutes "Correct" exposure can be unrelated. As an example.... take the same high DR scene and two photographers. One shooting UNI-WB and the other not. Both exposures will be "correct" but very different actual exposure settings

...or ETTR, but whatever you do if you halve the ISO you'll be able to collect more light (as the usable sensor saturation will increase).

No because as you stated before ...."ISO doesn't change the amount of light the sensor collects".

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