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Low light shooting

by cbengtson / November 1, 2005 6:05 AM PST

Which is more important for low light shooting, a higher ISO setting or a slow shutter speed? Thanks.

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by mrobzo / November 1, 2005 6:16 AM PST
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A higher iso would help you the most. Few cameras that are prosumer go beyond iso400. You could spring for a DSLR witch have iso of up to 3200. The only prosumer camera that has true iso ability is the Fuji F-10.

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It depends on what you are shooting. A higher iso will allow
by Kiddpeat / November 1, 2005 6:55 AM PST
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faster shutter speeds which will help if anything in the image is moving. Otherwise, as long as sufficiently slow shutter speeds are available, a faster iso is not needed.

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