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In Recording Mode, press the MENU button and select ISO.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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My 1d refuses to allow me to change iso or other changes


Do you have custom settings enabled? If so, disable them. Your ISO could be automatically adjusting to meet available light levels.

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The AUTO setting is just that--automatic. The camera controls almost everything, including the ISO setting. If you want more control, switch to the P setting. This works just like AUTO, except you can change or override any other setting.

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To change the ISO on your Polaroid t1031, please do the following:
  1. Turn your camera on
  2. Press the FUNC (Function) button (right button on bottom right of device next to the LCD)
  3. Use the Up/Down, Left/Right buttons to move through the menu.
  4. Scroll down to the option that reads ISO AUTO and press the SET button (located in the middle of the arrow buttons) to bring up the different ISO options available to you (see Fig 1 below)
  5. Use the arrow keys to navigate the different ISO options and press the SET button to confirm your selection.
  6. If the menu does not close on its own after making your selection, press the FUNC button to close.
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How do i change the iso settings?


To change the ISO setting: press the F button to display the F-menu. Use cursor-up/down to select "ISO" and press cursor-right.

In general you want the ISO as low as possible in order to keep the noise down as much as possible. However, in low-light situations or photographing fast-moving subjects, low ISO values may lead to excessive blurring. In such situations you may want to use higher values since a noisy picture is better than no picture.

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ISO can be changed in P, S. A and M mode only.
You cannot change the ISO in AUTO or SP mode.
Press Menu/OK and use < and > to select ISO. Use
up and down arrow to change the ISO. Press OK

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Changing the ISO settings


You can only cahnge ISO levels in MANUAL mode, I assume you are trying to change in AUTOMATIC mode, which you canoot do as settings are automatically adjusted for lighting conditions. Hope this helps you.

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ISO AUTO ERROR


Need more information regarding your question.

If your error is about your images being brighter/darker whenever you shoot at different locations, then this is a normal feature when using Auto setting for your ISO. The exposure will always slightly change whenever the ISO changes.

If your problem is about too much noise, then this is a normal problem when you use very high ISO on the D80. You can remedy this by setting the max ISO to 400 but you will not be able to take non-flash pics in darker environments.

If your problem is the ISO levels do not go up a certain setting, change your MAX ISO setting to a higher number like 1600. At this setting, the pictures will be grainy and have a lot of noise so I recommend you convert the output to black and white.

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Underexposed image on Auto mode


You can change the ISO setting also to Auto. If you have the advanced guide (see pp 80, 107).
Press the ISO button it will switch from various ISO setting to AUTO.

Do remember in Bright light , a lower ISO number like 80 will give you very fine images, while as the light level goes down, the ISO number will change to a higher number and the image will become more grainer.
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The ISO is automatically set by the DX code on your film canister - if there is no code, the camera sets ISO 100. If you load canisters yourself with, say ISO 400 film, you can adjust the exposure using the exposure compensation button at the top right side of the LCD ( " +/- " ). Using ISO 400 film set the +/- to minus 2 ( -2 ) so that it will UNDEREXPOSE 2 stops since the film is 2 stops ( 4X ) more sensitive than ISO 100 film.

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The camera will not let you do this in "Auto" mode. Instead try P (Program) mode. This mode is actually the same as Auto mode, except it allows you to change some of the other settings, such as ISO.

Also don't be afraid to explore using your other mode settings. The A720 is an awesome camera with many capabilities.

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