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Photo CoPilot - Questions and Answers

Quick answers to questions regarding using Photo Copilot
We post common Q&A's on our Photo CoPilot FAQ page HERE
For step by step instructions, see the Photo Copilot User Guide HERE




0 # Mark 2013-04-05 04:40
How do I change the max ISO setting, my camera doesn't do well above 1000ISO?
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0 # Pete 2013-04-05 05:06
Go to the "Camera settings" page, and select Max ISO, set it at 1000, and Photo CoPilot will not give values above 1000ISO.
Works Great
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0 # Admin 2013-07-09 15:10
Its a good ideal to test your camera's ISO at different values, when the image has too much noise, (The Digital version of 'Film Grain") choose a lower ISO value. Note the highest value that you are comfortable with, and enter this as your "Max ISO" value in Photo CoPilot. This will allow Photo CoPilot to calculate the best exposure with out exceeding your max ISO value. You will get sharper images, and a reduced amount of digital noise.
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