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ssnazzy9 Registered since 30th Nov 2005Wed 30-Nov-05 09:03 PM
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"ISO Settings - Reviewing in post processing"


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I am trying hard to learn and understand my new D50 -- I am a total newbie. Today I was testing different settings while in Program mode - one of which was changing the ISO settings and taking the same picture as I wanted to see what difference it made. When I brought the pics into Photoshop Elements and look at the properties - exif data - I cannot find the ISO settings listed. I looked for ISO or sensitivity and found nothing. Most everything else you could think of is listed in the properties - but not ISO. What am I missing? Or am I supposed to just keep a log as I take the photos. I was testing with different ISO's and different _+ exposure settings. Thanks much.

  

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Covey22 Moderator Expert in various fields including aviation photography Awarded for his contributions to the Resources and The Nikonian eZine Charter MemberWed 30-Nov-05 11:09 PM
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The ISO settings are stored in the MakerNote section of the EXIF data - this isn't natively accessible by Elements. Use Nikon's bundled PictureProject or Nikon View software to get the ISO rating, or freeware utilities such as Opanda\'s EXIF Viewer.

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