09-28-2014 02:45 PM
i am using a 1 year old 5D III. i never really thought about it, but i assumed i could not shoot a lower ISO than 200.
but looking at exif data in other photograhers' photosi see ISO of 100.
i thought cool. because that is what i used mostly on the 7D.
but i couldn't change the ISO lower than 200. moving the dial the ISO goes from 200 to A.
so i got out the manual. i know a clever idea. followed the directions on ISO settings. and still, no joy. looked online. same directions. same results. i was desparate so had a nikon friend take a look. same results. nothing lower than 200.
i am assuming i am missing a step somewhere.
i shoot RAW without jpg.
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09-28-2014 03:43 PM
If you have High Tone Priority turn on, you cannot use ISO100. If you shoot RAW, then High Tone Priority is pretty useless, may as well turn it off.
09-28-2014 03:56 PM
LOL! such a simple thing. i noticed in the little screen the little D+ but didn't know what it meant. so when going through my settings a couple of weeks ago, high tone priority sounded like a good thing, right?
thanks so much, really do appreciate the quick reply. :-)