Digital Camera Settings
M-MANUAL (Nothing is Automatic)
S-Shutter speed Priority
What does ISO on a camera stand for? ISO stands for the International Organization for Standardization — an organization that sets international standards for all different kinds of measurements. But, when in reference to your camera, the ISO is your camera’s sensitivity to light.
APERTURE–the opening in a photographic lens that admits the light.
Aperture priority allows you to choose the size of aperture, but the shutter speed and ISO are automatically adjusted to give you the best exposure possible.
SHUTTER SPEED– Opening and closing of the lens.
The camera will continue to change the aperture and ISO based upon your chosen shutter speed.