Tue 29-Jan-13 12:01 AM | edited Tue 29-Jan-13 12:26 AM by ericbowles
Yes, I found it interesting because all other tests I've seen on any sensor showed less noise at iso 100 than 200 (when 100 is native). I find it hard to see the difference in noise between those two iso. Definitely easier to see the dif between 100 and 400, which the review showed to be the same. Maybe I should have said skeptical rather than interesting.
I can make out a slight difference in dynamic range when shooting a control target between 100 and 200, 100 being wider.
I do agree with you. Shoot at the lowest iso possible. You can always muck up the image in post when that is the desired effect.
While there have been a few times when I found using easy iso was useful, changing the iso using the bottom button and dial works well enough for me.