>>Dear All, I found the solution and tried it myself >>in summary, keep the minimum ISO to 200 NOT 100, maximum >to >>whatever it suits you (3200 or 6400 or 12800, etc.) > >The Videos you linked to were about a D700 which has a base >ISO of 200. The D7000 base ISO is 100. I believe the intent of >his suggestion from that video link was that while you set a >maximum ISO via the Auto-ISO menu, you still controll what ISO >you start at up to the maximum set. So again, with the D7000 >you would be better served by using ISO 100 to start, and set >the maximum to what you can tolerate noise wise. > >Pete
Actually, he faced the same problem when setting it to 100. Also, it didn't work with me when I assigned it to 100, but worked well with 200. I don't know the reason, although he described it in his video. Can you please try it too and update us?