The digital camera market seems to always be changing. It seems like there’s always something new coming out. And that’s a great thing for us photography types!
One of the more recent innovations we’ve seen lately has been the emergence of the Compact System Camera, or CCS. Compact System Cameras, sometimes called or Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Cameras, combine the versatility of a DSLRs interchangeable lens and its larger image sensor (and, therefore, its better quality images) with the smaller size and convenience of a compact camera.
But, where do CSCs fit in? Do they replace DSLRs or are they just for folks who are looking for an upgrade for their point-and-shoot? Do they take the place of DSLRs or are they more of a middle ground type camera.
Today’s post at IT ProPortal has some thoughts on this:
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We've seen how managing the ISO setting allows you to control the amount of grain that shows in your photos. But it does more than that. Understanding and working with the ISO setting gives us added flexibility in terms of setting the other two exposure settings–aperture and shutter speed.
The bottom line is that ISO is an important and useful tool, and one that you will want to be comfortable with if you are looking to take creative control of your exposure.