The Basics of ISO
The ISO setting of your camera determines how sensitive your sensor becomes to the available light. The higher the ISO, the lower the amount of light that is required to create an image. It is one of the three things that determines the exposure of your photograph - the other two being shutter speed and aperture. Larry Becker from B&H does a nice job of explaining ISO and how it impacts your images. Take a look...
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