Camera Functions

ISO Sensitivity

The camera's sensitivity to light (ISO sensitivity) can be adjusted in response to lighting conditions. In general, the higher the ISO sensitivity, the less light needed to make an exposure, allowing faster shutter speeds or smaller apertures. The options available vary with the shooting mode.

High ISO sensitivity, fast shutter speed
Low ISO sensitivity, slow shutter speed


01. Keeping the ISO sensitivity dial lock release pressed, rotate the dial to the desired setting.

1: ISO sensitivity dial lock release
02. The selected value is displayed in the viewfinder while the dial is in motion.
If Auto is selected, the camera will automatically adjust Active D-Lighting according to shooting conditions.

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