>I ditto Pete and Mick. Very usefull when lighting condition >changes quickly. D7000 handles Auto ISO very well. My uper >limit for auto ISO is 1600 though. If i need to go higher on >ISO i put on my thinking cap and do everything manually. > >DO NOT forget to turn Auto ISO function off when you need to >use the flash!!!! (external or built-in). in most cases you >will not like the images UNLESS you limit auto ISO to 800. > >Best regards, >Vlad > >Edited for bunch of errors, sorry guys. i'll hand pick them >out one by one each time i re-read this . LOL
Can somebody verify this. Use to think auto ISO sets the ISO to max when flash is on. So you have to turn off auto ISO. Even programmed U2 to do that. Just tried it now, and realize you can change the ISO even in auto ISO mode. So don't see the need to turn off auto ISO with flash. So is there a reason to turn off auto ISO with flash.