>>4234716>What's your typical tolerance for ISO in your photos?>asking this question in the current year
do you gearfags still dont realize that ISO is a digital/technical thing and that ISO performance varies not just from brand to brand but from camera to camera?
every single camera performs differently on different ISO values and every single camera has different native ISO stop and different performance on different ISO stops through its ISO range. then theres also the whole dual native ISO thing in most newer cameras... etc. etc. some cameras at 6400 ISO will perform better than some cameras on 3200 ISO due to better sensor tech ,image processor, etc. also, some cameras will perform better on 400 ISO than some cameras on 200 ISO because thats their second native ISO point.
theres no ''typical tolerance for ISO'' it varies from camera to camera
literally read your camera manual and more importantly, look up some videos about how your specific camera performs on different iso values (or better yet, do the test yourself) and youll be good to go.
when i used to do wildlife and nature for competitions (i won 2x WPTY awards) every single year, i saw dozens of photographers who chose wrong ISO values for their shots, when they could have just stopped up or down one click of ISO and they would have a much cleaner image, all because they didnt know their cameras ISO performance
once you remember the best performing ISO values of your camera and start shooting with that in mind, after a month or two, changing them to these values will become second nature to you, you wont even think about what youre pressing or doing, youll just do it, kinda like breathing. (unless you change camera bodies/systems every fucking year, then you are retarded and deal with the problem yourself because you will never have enough time to get used to the camera youre using)