QUIZ. C4

What does ISO represent in terms of camera settings?

A) Aperture size

B) Shutter speed

C) Sensitivity of the image sensor

D) Focal length of the lens

Higher ISO values result in:

A) Longer exposures

B) Wider depth of field

C) Less noise in the image

D) Increased sensitivity to light

When should you use a high ISO setting?

A) In well-lit environments

B) For capturing fast-moving subjects

C) When shooting in manual mode

D) To achieve shallow depth of field

What is the downside of using a high ISO setting?

A) Increased noise in the image

B) Longer shutter speeds

C) Narrower aperture

D) Reduced image resolution

ISO 100 is generally considered:

A) Low sensitivity

B) Medium sensitivity

C) High sensitivity

D) Extreme sensitivity

Which ISO setting is typically best for capturing images in bright daylight?

A) ISO 100

B) ISO 400

C) ISO 800

D) ISO 1600

Which ISO setting would you typically choose for night photography?

A) ISO 100

B) ISO 400

C) ISO 800

D) ISO 3200

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