ISO Bracketing in Z system

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karlreed Senior Member • Posts: 2,330
Re: Correction -works in Aperture priority with rest of the settings as described.

PankajDubey wrote:

karlreed wrote:

PankajDubey wrote:

karlreed wrote:

PankajDubey wrote:

Thanks everyone who chipped in.

I worked out that if you put the Z5 in manual mode, AUto ISO and e6 Mode M to flash only - then only thing that changes is ISO.

There is one catch- if Auto ISO is too low for +1.0 then it will lower shutter speed.

If Auto ISO range is is high enough then it will vary only the ISO and keep the shutter and aperture constant.

I couldn't get this to work for my Z6ii. In fact, it has now decided not to bracket at all.

Well, I have tried your suggestion, and, on my Z6ii 1.10 firmware it doesn't work.

And, reading the manual, neither t should!

Just checked and re-checked my settings -It is Aperture priority on mode dial - rest of the settings as above.Only when it crosses the ISO set threshold that is decreases the shutter speed.But it works in limited circumstances- you have to define the minimum shutter speed with flash in the Phot shooting menus - ISO sensitivity-> minimum shutter speed with flash.

The manual is pretty clear about what should happen in your clip.

It's possible that your work around is only effective for the R5.

I spent a lot of time on this..

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