Author Topic: [ALREADY DONE] Changing ISO in Aperture Bracketing instead of Speed  (Read 1186 times)

natasha_r

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Hello,

I finally decided to try the nightly builds especially for the aperture bracketing. It woks very well. Thanks for developing it. Of course there is a slightly delay between the two pictures so your model need to stay still after your first shot to facilitate the post process alignment.

I would like to use this feature with OCF and i'm wondering if the option ISO shift if there for that.

Here is the feature I would like. Instead of changing the tv to have correct exposure when changing the aperture, would it be possible to change the iso value.

For exemple, i want a stable sync speed of 1/200 and want to use 1.2 for the first picture and 2 EV for the other one. Instead of lowering my speed, would it be possible to change the iso from 100 to 400?

Maybe that is what the iso shift if there but i was not able to figure this out.

Thank you for any help or suggestion you can give me.

Again, thanks for this feature.

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Re: Changing ISO in Aperture Bracketing instead of Speed
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2013, 09:23:11 PM »
Yep, it does just that, I've just tried.

2x2 EV, 0++, ISO shifting full, start from 1/200 f1.8 ISO 100.

natasha_r

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Re: [ALREADY DONE] Changing ISO in Aperture Bracketing instead of Speed
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2013, 09:38:35 PM »
My bad. I was in AV mode instead of M.

This makes this feature even more useful.

Thanks