Setting the ISO

ISO can be set to suit the brightness where you are shooting. To set ISO, use the following function.


Setting the camera

  1. [ISO]

    MENU → (Camera Settings1) → [ISO Setting] → [ISO] → desired setting.

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Multi Frame NR

Creates an image with less noise by combining continuous shots. Press the right side of the control wheel to display the setting screen, and then press the top/bottom sides to select a value.


The sensitivity is set automatically based on the brightness.

ISO50 - ISO102400

Set your preferred sensitivity manually. Higher values provide greater sensitivity.

  • In dark environments, the shutter speed may be slower. Camera shake may occur, and subject blur may occur for fast-moving subjects. You can increase shutter speed by setting a higher ISO, which may alleviate these problems.
  • At higher ISO settings, image noise will increase.


Restricting the ISO range available when ISO is set manually

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Setting the shutter speed at which ISO begins to change when [ISO AUTO] is selected

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*The menu screen images on this web page have been simplified for display purposes, and do not exactly reflect the actual screen display of the camera.

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