That's why I recommend shooting in burst mode. The first image might be a miss, but the subsequent images tend to be a hit.iISO routinely chooses too slow of a shutter speed for these shaky hands and twitchy subjects, so I gave up on it for either manual or auto iso.
It depends on your subject. It doesn't work for me b cause the shutter speeds are too slow for a baby/toddler in close quarters. I need to move suddenly and quickly to recompose, and the growing baby is also thrashing and twitching, but iISO will choose 1/80, which will not deliver sharp results under my usual scenarios. I'm sure it would be ok under different circumstances where when the camera believes the scene is static, it's actually static.That's why I recommend shooting in burst mode. The first image might be a miss, but the subsequent images tend to be a hit.
I frequently use "instant P-mode". Official jargon callsIs anyone doing this or have you tried? I tried it a few
days ago with Auto ISO and wasn't happy with the results
and wonder what your experience has been?
Thanks User ID and I've found the item in the manual as "One Push AE". I'll give it a go.I frequently use "instant P-mode". Official jargon calls
it "One Touch AE". OTAE launches P-mode at the touch
of a button and then leaves the settings locked rather
than continuously updating them. Check it out. Might
become your fave exposure control