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Feb 09, 2014 22:48 |  #1

I have a Canon 1DX with the new 2.03 firmware and I have notice when using the Auto ISO it works great, but when I attached my flash the auto ISO is not working correctly, I am using an Canon 580 EXII flash I have try using in Manual mode and ETTL but either mode the auto ISO will not work correctly?


Is there something in the setting that I must enable to disable?
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Feb 10, 2014 01:55 |  #2

1. Tell us what the problem is, don't just say there's a problem.
2. Post photos demonstrating the problem.
3. Use sentences.


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Feb 10, 2014 05:29 |  #3

Not sure as I don't have a camera with AutoISO, but AFAIK all Canon cameras default to ISO 400 when an ETTL II flash is attached (or popped up for those with built in flash).

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Feb 10, 2014 06:38 as a reply to  @ BigAl007's post |  #4

Page 131 of your camera manual will give you the details. Direct flash is limited to ISO400 but have a look at the info on bounced etc on those pages.


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Feb 10, 2014 08:48 |  #5

Shouldn't this be in the Camera forum?


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Feb 11, 2014 23:22 |  #6

tim wrote in post #16677735 (external link)
1. Tell us what the problem is, don't just say there's a problem.
2. Post photos demonstrating the problem.
3. Use sentences.

Use sentences? geez dude


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Feb 12, 2014 01:46 |  #7

If you want people to be able to understand your question, state it clearly. That will be one reason you got very little help, lazy writing shows no respect for the people who might help you.


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Feb 12, 2014 08:07 |  #8

tim wrote in post #16682964 (external link)
If you want people to be able to understand your question, state it clearly. That will be one reason you got very little help, lazy writing shows no respect for the people who might help you.

As a non native English speaker I very much agree.




  
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Feb 12, 2014 08:36 |  #9

The OP has created two identical threads, and gives very little info in each.
Its not a language thing, its just plain rude as he has been back to both without elaborating, even though those trying to help have asked.

https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1359687


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Feb 14, 2014 08:25 |  #10

N2bnfunn wrote in post #16677495 (external link)
I have a Canon 1DX with the new 2.03 firmware and I have notice when using the Auto ISO it works great, but when I attached my flash the auto ISO is not working correctly, I am using an Canon 580 EXII flash I have try using in Manual mode and ETTL but either mode the auto ISO will not work correctly?


Is there something in the setting that I must enable to disable?
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When you use flash with auto ISO, ISO will go the 400 and no higher. If you don't use flash with auto ISO, the ISO is unlimited. I think that may be what you are getting at, right? If that's the case, then it's normal that the camera will not go higher the ISO 400 when using a flash with auto ISO.

Ooops. I see a couple folks already stated this. I did not read further than the original post and just answered it.


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