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Is this real? ISO10 on S5

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Offline yvesson

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Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #10 on: 31 / December / 2008, 08:06:48 »
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I don't remember if I tested low ISO or not. 80 is generally fine for my needs ;)

Hej,
Indeed, there are way more often a lack of light rather than too much. :/ And overrides over 800 not much usable either (didn't work that way either in my simple jpg testings).
Thanks for the explanation anyway, don't have much knowledge of RAW developpement to understand it fully, though. I thought in M mode, the camera would "follow" my exposure, even if totally off (and that looked so from 80 to 800).

We could draw a graph from the datas/ISO, and see if the curve looks regular ? Not sure what data to use, though.

Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #11 on: 26 / February / 2009, 12:13:17 »
Sorry for upping this thread guys, but I'm wondering if someone test more deeper with lower ISO values (<80) and is it working?
I need slower shutter speed in good (day) light, this will help me  :)
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Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #12 on: 26 / February / 2009, 16:10:09 »
you can always use a nd filter :)

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Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #13 on: 26 / February / 2009, 22:06:13 »
Sorry for upping this thread guys, but I'm wondering if someone test more deeper with lower ISO values (<80) and is it working?
I need slower shutter speed in good (day) light, this will help me  :)
Why don't you just try reducing the ISO in steps, and see where it stops getting darker ?
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Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #14 on: 27 / February / 2009, 08:30:35 »
Filters for compact cameras are not available in my country, or I cant see them, are they like those for DSLR's and what size (mm) to look for?
I tried this with my A590IS and no real change is exposure with lower than ISO80 (in manual mode with locked shutter speed and aperture)...
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Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #15 on: 27 / February / 2009, 08:43:30 »
you can also use sunglasses for a start ;)
ND filters are cheap and should normally be available everywhere. take a strong one. i have one i cannot look through with my eyes - > exposure has to be drastically prolonged using this one.

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Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #16 on: 27 / February / 2009, 15:09:46 »
Filters for compact cameras are not available in my country, or I cant see them, are they like those for DSLR's and what size (mm) to look for?
I tried this with my A590IS and no real change is exposure with lower than ISO80 (in manual mode with locked shutter speed and aperture)...
Well then, as expected, it doesn't work. I would try shutter speed override, as this frequently does go beyond the canon stated max.

Filter adapters are available for the A series. They can be purchased on the internet, so it's hard to understand how they wouldn't be available in your country.
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Re: Is this real? ISO10 on S5
« Reply #17 on: 27 / February / 2009, 18:08:40 »
@gam3ra

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Filters for compact cameras are not available in my country, or I cant see them, are they like those for DSLR's and what size (mm) to look for?

For A590, right ? You'll need Canon LA-DC52G lens adapter (see attach), you can then use 52 mm filters
Lens adapter is just a piece of plastic,  costing Eur 16 in my nick of the woods (Netherlands)

HTH,
wim


 

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