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04-06-12, 05:35 PM
Join Date: May 2012
My point Jet is in low light you use an higher ISO but the higher the ISO the more noise you get in your photo and by sharper images the poster meant (I assume) less noise, the OP also posted in the beginners section so I thought a simple answer was required. Also the OP is using a 5D which reports low noise at ISO's of 1600 so the OP must be shooting in some really low light situations.
So to try clarify what I meant. To be able to shoot at lower ISO's (less chance of noise and better quality of images) in low light you need to get light to your sensor for longer which is achieved by slowing your shutter down, widening your aperture will let more light in so helping keep the shutter speeds down.
I mean this as a question and not in defense or obnoxious but are there any situations where someone with a higher spec camera would be shooting moving subjects, flash not permitted and in a low enough light that requires more than say 800 ISO?
It does where it makes no never mind.
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