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      09-21-2011, 08:07 AM   #59
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Originally Posted by silvergray545 View Post
ISO is something I need to play with a little more. I shot all the still shots of my buddy's Si at 100. Most of them came out pretty good (I think). I have to play around with it and see what works.
If you're shooting bright day light, 100 is usually sufficient unless you need to get stop motion when you're shooting really fast objects. things like the cars that you're shooting on a roll, you'll want a bit of blur, so 100 works there as long as you don't close your aperture up too much.

for your evening photos of the car, you might want to bump up to between 200 and 400 unless you're using a tripod, if using a tripod, use the 2 second timer and let go of the camera (obviously attach it to tripod first) then you can shoot at 100ISO all night long at any shutter speed and aperture opening.