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Picking ISO values between standards

pentwater

Jupiter, US
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pentwater Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Dec 2003
Wed 21-Dec-11 07:31 PM

Someone who knows more about photography than me recently mentioned that one should use standard stop based ISO values (100, 200, 400, 800, etc.) He indicated that using a value in between is "not as good." I have never heard of this before and, other than complicating the math by going between stops, it doesn't make sense to me. Is this another gap in my knowledge or is there some logic to it.

Thanks.

Bill

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