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  1. #21
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    Re: Using Auto ISO and Manual mode.

    Quote Originally Posted by JJM View Post
    Yes I try to keep the ISO as low as possible as recommended by many, especially in the NPhoto magazine. I am curious to know how to keep ISO at 100 whether using shutter speed of 20secs or much faster as in NPhoto March edition.
    Just change the ISO from auto to manual this way it will keep the ISO you set in this case ISO 100.


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  2. #22
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    Re: Using Auto ISO and Manual mode.

    Wonder how many film folks are still around? We had the roll of film with ASA 100 or perhaps 200 as the "regular" rolls, then some ASA 400 either as a goto or the regular rolls and then tucked away in the bag some fast ASA 800 or perhaps "push-process" the 400 to 1600.
    We are really spoiled with adjustable ISO - Nice!!!

  3. #23
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    Re: Using Auto ISO and Manual mode.

    Quote Originally Posted by dennybeall View Post
    Wonder how many film folks are still around? We had the roll of film with ASA 100 or perhaps 200 as the "regular" rolls, then some ASA 400 either as a goto or the regular rolls and then tucked away in the bag some fast ASA 800 or perhaps "push-process" the 400 to 1600.
    We are really spoiled with adjustable ISO - Nice!!!
    I mainly used Kodchrome 25asa or ektachrome i think about 100 asa
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  4. #24
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    Re: Using Auto ISO and Manual mode.

    Quote Originally Posted by dennybeall View Post
    We are really spoiled with adjustable ISO - Nice!!!
    I think about that every so often... How buying a roll of film "locked" me into that particular ASA until the roll was shot up and, conversely, what freedom we enjoy with digital photography. I shot a looooot of Tri X Pan in those days.
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  5. #25
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    Re: Using Auto ISO and Manual mode.

    It's possible I still got one or two rolls of these babies:

    Using Auto ISO and Manual mode.-142802.jpg

    I loved them.

  6. #26
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    Re: Using Auto ISO and Manual mode.

    Ironically enough, every time I venture with YN-568, that whole auto-ISO goes right out the window and I end up plowing in full manual regardless.
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