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    Thomas Fitzgerald

    That's a god question. To set it to 100 you set it to L but not sure how you set it to 125 or 160. 

    Anybody?

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    Gary Toth

    Can you use the EV setting to increase or decrease the exposure?

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    Thomas Fitzgerald

    I tried it but it doesn't seem to affect ISO. I tried it in manual and in aperture priority. I also tried to see if you could set it in Auto ISO but you can't. Unless there's a setting looking at me somewhere which isn't beyond the realms of possibility.

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    Office

    In reality does anyone reckon when shooting Raw there is any difference between iso 100 and say 1800. I happily shoot at 800 on a bright day  if I want the quick choice of any aperture, any adjustments on exposure I make with under or over exposure. never notice any loss of quality.....just saying;}

     

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    Bruce Sorrell

    If you want to set your ISO to the new options of 125 and 160, be prepared for the process is far from intuitive.  But there is a helpful post on YouTube as to how this is done.  The video has a somewhat lengthy windup, but when the pitch comes it is certainly worth the wait. 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7uuPVy54Sw

     

     

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