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kbarnett

Stanthorpe, AU
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kbarnett Registered since 05th Oct 2009
Wed 14-Oct-09 05:51 AM

The D5000 manual says that using a slower ISO than 200 (Lo.3, Lo.6 or Lo1) may cause images to be contrasty. However, most magazines I read say 100 is the optimum sensitivity to use. Will active D lighting compensate the contrast produced by a slow ISO or should I stick to ISO 200?

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