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Regarding ISO and Dynamic Range

brad_nikon


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brad_nikon Registered since 18th Oct 2003
Fri 08-Aug-08 04:58 AM | edited Fri 08-Aug-08 12:21 PM by brad_nikon

I've tried to do a search here as well as elsewhere on the Web, but I'm not finding particular information that is specific to the FX sensor.

I have read that there is an inverse relationship between ISO and dynamic range (DR). That is, the higher the ISO, the lower the DR.

Without any guessing or conjecturing (LOL), please, do any of you know of any credible, authoritative Web sources that describe or show the changes in the DR as you change the ISO?

For example, at ISO 200, you get _ number of stops of DR. At ISO 400, you get _ number of stops of DR...and so on up to ISO 6400 or more?

I guess I'm looking for testing information.

Thank you

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