Question about Cameras
How about panasonic FZ18 model? in auto mode at low light higher ISo leads to grainy image and the quality of movie mode taken?
Unfortunately this is a problem that ALL digital cameras suffer from, not just your particular model. It might be less noticeable on other cameras but it still happens.
High ISO settings and/or low light levels will result in grainy images.
Think of a TV studio. That's why they have such bright studio lights!
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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