Camera Functions

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control

Auto ISO sensitivity control lets the camera adjust ISO sensitivity automatically if optimal exposure can not be achieved at the value selected by the user.

Maximum sensitivity: Choose the maximum ISO sensitivity (ISO 200 to Hi 4) to prevent auto ISO sensitivity control selecting too high a value. The minimum value for auto ISO sensitivity control is ISO 100.

Minimum shutter speed: Auto ISO sensitivity control will automatically raise ISO sensitivity to prevent shutter speeds slower than this limit in exposure modes P and A. Choose from values between 1/2000 s and 1 s, or select Auto to allow the camera to choose the minimum shutter speed according to the lens focal length (CPU lenses only). For example, the camera will select a fast minimum shutter speed with telephoto lenses to reduce the camera blur that tends to occur at long focal lengths.


01. To display the menus, press the MENU button.
Select ISO sensitivity settings in the shooting menu, highlight Auto ISO sensitivity control and press the multi selector right.
02. Highlight On and press OK (if Off is selected, ISO sensitivity will remain fixed at the value selected by the user).
03. Adjust settings.
Press OK to exit when settings are complete.

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