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  1. #11
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    Re: Another Mini ISO Tutorial

    thanks for the reply but that's the problem on D7200 I cant get the max of 25600 to change


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  2. #12
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    Re: Another Mini ISO Tutorial

    that's the problem on the D7200 I cant seem to change from the max of 25600 it wont change

  3. #13
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    Re: Another Mini ISO Tutorial

    that's the problem on the D7200 I cant seem to change the max 25600 it wont change

  4. #14
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    sorry for the triple post

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    Re: Another Mini ISO Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by tripod123 View Post
    that's the problem on the D7200 I cant seem to change from the max of 25600 it wont change
    Are you going through the same steps as my post describes and you can't change the Max ISO from 25,600? Seems strange.
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  6. #16
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    Re: Another Mini ISO Tutorial

    yes I have D800 D3S both will change I know how to do it but the D7200 is a different dog it wont bark look into it this I don't like

  7. #17
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    I can change the min from 100 up but the max is 25600 or higher don't like that

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    Re: Another Mini ISO Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by tripod123 View Post
    I can change the min from 100 up but the max is 25600 or higher don't like that
    You are either missing a setting somewhere or you have a faulty camera. I would investigate this further.
    You might want to do a reset just in case you changed a setting that you forgot about, but I just can't think of what else would cause it not to be able to change the Maximum ISO to lower than 25,600.
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    Very interesting about faulty camera this is my second D7200. The first one was suppoed to be new but it was used it did the same thing it had close to 400 clicks on it when i bought new from a storel. I think thats just the way the D7200 is made Ive looked all over and cant find any more about in.

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    Re: Another Mini ISO Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by tripod123 View Post
    thanks for the reply but that's the problem on D7200 I cant get the max of 25600 to change
    Are you trying to change the Auto-ISO setting with the large Mode Dial set to either P, S, A, or M? Because Auto-ISO sensitivity options can only be changed in those modes.

    See pages 102 -104 of the D7200 User Manual for information on setting and adjusting Auto-ISO options.
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