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There is a looseness or imprecision in the general use of terms like EV and LV that are leading to some confusion here. So first we need to use consistent terminology and labels to unravel this. EV is a relative number, independent of any concept of ISO. There is no ISO anywhere in the EV equation. This agrees with the Wikipedia article on Exposure Value: ...


EV, Exposure Value, is used to summarise the two camera settings, exposure time and aperture, in one value. Cementing the idea that there are many pairs of exposure time and aperture that yield a given exposure. If the ISO used is known, or assumed, typically ISO 100, then the EV is directly related to the lighting conditions. Sometimes this is shown as ...


No one publishes standardized camera specs online based strictly on ISO standards. The basic problem is that many of these standards were originally written to be applied to categories specific to the nature of photographic film. Even though they have been updated to apply to digital imaging, there are enough differences between how film images are captured ...


You were shooting in full Manual mode. Full Manual mode lets you shoot yourself in the foot all you want. Overexposed, underexposed, out of focus, etc. You can do all that in Manual mode. All the other modes on the dial are automated in such a way that you may be able to lock one setting down (aperture, shutter speed, iso, whatever), but the camera will ...


You appear to have a Nikon camera. On all other brands, one chooses from a list of ISO sensitivities or Auto. The camera then uses the specified ISO for every option other than Auto. With Nikon, if you have Automatic Sensitivity Control enabled in the Shooting menu, then the camera will use selected ISO as the default and actually select another ...


Not sure if its a setting I may have changed by accident or something to do with the light sensors? It's very likely that you changed a setting accidentally, or that the light changed and you didn't change any settings to compensate. A passing cloud can make a big difference in the amount of available light. Also, if you were shooting in the late ...

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