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I've recently been learning how to use a camera, and was wondering what ISO stood for?

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ISO doesn't actually stand for anything, it's the chosen short form for the name of the International Organisation for Standardisation. –  Guffa Feb 7 '13 at 12:50
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According to the wikipedia article on Film Speed (under the ISO section) it stands for International Organization for Standardization.

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