Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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AUTO
If the mode dial is rotated to PSA, or M after AUTO is selected for ISO sensitivity in another 
mode, the ISO sensitivity last selected in PSA, or M mode will be restored.
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Hi 0.3–Hi 2
The settings Hi 0.3 through Hi 2 correspond to ISO sensitivities 0.3–2 EV over ISO 6400 (ISO 
8000–25600 equivalent). Pictures taken at these settings are more likely to be subject to 
noise (randomly-spaced bright pixels, fog, or lines).
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Lo 0.3–Lo 1
The settings Lo 0.3 through Lo 1 correspond to ISO sensitivities 0.3–1 EV below ISO 100 (ISO 
80–50 equivalent). Use for larger apertures when lighting is bright. Contrast is slightly 
higher than normal; in most cases, ISO sensitivities of ISO 100 or above are recommended.
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The Shooting Menu
ISO sensitivity can also be adjusted using the ISO sensitivity 
settings
 option in the shooting menu (
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See Also
For information on choosing the ISO sensitivity step size, see Custom Setting b1 (ISO 
sensitivity step value
0 224). For information on displaying ISO sensitivity in the control 
panel or adjusting ISO sensitivity without using the 
W (S) button, see Custom Setting d3 
(ISO display and adjustment
0 229). For information on using the High ISO NR option in 
the shooting menu to reduce noise at high ISO sensitivities, see page 218.