Auto ISO and Shutter Speed

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Auto ISO and Shutter Speed

Most of my shots have been hiking... or travel where I grab my camera... take a shot and move on.  I have my camera set up for aperture priority (Fuji XT-30) ....  I select the aperture and have been manually adjusting the ISO ..... letting the camera change the shutter speed.

As a beginner... Because I am taking quick shots to capture the moment....I thought it would help to set up Auto ISO ... The Auto ISO settings have a minimum shutter speed and an ISO range.   My camera has 3 Different Auto ISO positions so I can vary the Auto ISO selection.

When I read about the shutter speed, the usual recommendation is to have it at 1/focal length. So if I am using a 35MM lens on my ASPC camera (1.5 X 35) or a 52.5 mm equivalent, I would need about 1/60 or faster.  Then I read some people set shutter speed even faster since motion or movement can cause a blurred picture? maybe 250?

I am curious what you would use for a minimum shutter speed?   I have a 16mm F2.8, & 35 mm F2,  & 50 mm F2 (all on ASPC).  Would you have 3 different settings for the three lens?  Or change minimum shutter speed based on other factors?

Also, I picked the full range of ISO since I would rather have a grainy picture at a high ISO than a blurred picture at a lower ISO with no grain?  Does that make sense?

thanks

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Fujifilm X-T30 Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 Fujifilm XF 35mm F2 R WR Fujifilm 50mm F2 R WR Fujifilm XF 16mm F2.8
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