Nikon 1546 User Manual (en)

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ISO Sensitivity
“ISO sensitivity” is the digital equivalent of film speed. The higher the ISO sensitivity, 
the less light needed to make an exposure, allowing higher shutter speeds or smaller 
apertures.
1
Place the cursor in the information display.
If shooting information is not displayed in the monitor, press the 
R button. 
Press the 
P button to place the cursor in the information display.
2
Display ISO sensitivity options.
Highlight the current ISO sensitivity in the 
information display and press 
J.
3
Choose an ISO sensitivity.
Highlight an option and press 
J. ISO sensitivity 
can be set between values roughly equivalent to 
ISO 200 and ISO 3200 in steps equivalent to 
1
/
3
EV. For special situations, ISO sensitivity can 
be lowered below ISO 200 by about 0.3 EV 
(Lo 0.3, equivalent to ISO 160), 0.7 EV (Lo 0.7, equivalent to ISO 125), or 1.0 EV 
(Lo 1, equivalent to ISO 100), or raised above ISO 3200 by about 0.3 EV (Hi 0.3, 
equivalent to ISO 4000), 0.7 EV (Hi 0.7, equivalent to ISO 5000), or 1.0 EV (Hi 1, 
equivalent to ISO 6400). Auto and scene modes also offer an AUTO option, which 
allows the camera to set ISO sensitivity automatically in response to lighting 
conditions.
R button
Information display
P button