|11th of July 2003 (Fri)||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2002
ISOs and Resolution
ISOs and Resolution:
I have an EOS D-60 and use the LARGE/FINE resolution setting (3072x2048 pixels) at ISO 100.
What difference in resolution would occur if I increased the ISO to 200, 400, 800 ... even 1000!? Is there a way to ascertain the respective pixel values?
M i k e
|11th of July 2003 (Fri)||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2003
Location: Piikkiö, Finland
Re: ISOs and Resolution
There won't be any change in the resolution of your images. Unlike with film, the sensor pixel size does not change with the ISO level. You will, however, get more noise in your images with higher ISO settings.
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