Boosting Your Camera's ISO Setting Can Make Your Photos Noisy (Video)
Feb 23, 2012 12:57
You can improve your camera's ability to see in the dark by increasing its ISO settings, but it will also lead to images looking like millions of tiny dots. Which means, there would be a lot of noise in your pictures.
Dylan Bennett breaks it down for you in this 10+ minute clip which explains how your camera's sensor works, and where the noise comes from. Check it out after the jump.
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