D90 iSO Test : Variable Exposure Time : Part II
This is Part II test… You can see the Part I test in my previous post or view (Tutorial/Photography) Tab.. or Click Here
Well, my setting for this Shot was F1.8 , 85mm. Using ‘Standard’ in picture control mode.
NO flash or Strobes were used in this test, just a normal fluorescent light(surrounding light).. The D90 was put on a tripod stand, and expose using internal timer.
As per discussion in the previous post, lower ISO means you get much more vibrant in your colors and picture is more sharper.. but you need to use lower shutter speed that may result to shaky picture.
Higher ISO means, you are allow to use high shutter speed, for the ease for you to work in a rushing environment so that you wont get blurry photos. But of course you will have more noise and your picture color has the tendency to FADE..
So by now you should know how to prioritize your shot.. Either you want BEST COLOR or you want ACTION PHOTOS(quick snap)…
Hopefully this help to guide you..
|ISO L1 . 0.77sec|
|ISO 200 . 0.62sec|
|ISO 400 . 1/3sec|
|ISO 640 . 1/5sec|
|ISO 800 . 1/8sec|
|ISO 1250 . 1/13sec|
|ISO 1600 . 1/15sec|
|ISO 2000 . 1/20sec|
|IS0 2500 . 1/25sec|
|IS0 3200 . 1/30sec|
|IS0 H1 . 1/60sec|