ISO Speed in Movie Recording

In [Movies] mode

  • ISO speed is set automatically in a range of ISO 100–25600.
  • Setting [Max for Auto] in [Shooting: MovieISO speed settings] to [H (204800)] () expands the maximum speed in the automatic setting range to H (equivalent to ISO 204800).
  • The minimum speed in the automatic setting range is ISO 200 when [Shooting: Highlight tone priority] is set to [Enable] or [Enhanced] (). The maximum limit is not expanded, even when expansion is set in [Max for Auto].
  • The minimum speed in the automatic setting range is ISO 400 when [Shooting: Canon Log settings] is set to [On] ().

In [Movie manual exposure] mode

  • With ISO speed set to [AUTO], ISO speed is set automatically in a range of ISO 100–25600.
  • When ISO Auto is set, setting [Max for Auto] in [Shooting: MovieISO speed settings] to [H (204800)] () expands the maximum speed in the automatic setting range to H (equivalent to ISO 204800).
  • ISO speed can be set manually in a range of ISO 100–25600. Setting [ISO speed range] in [Shooting: MovieISO speed settings] to [H (204800)] () expands the maximum speed in the manual setting range to H (equivalent to ISO 204800).
  • The minimum speed in the automatic or manual setting range is ISO 200 when [Shooting: Highlight tone priority] is set to [Enable] or [Enhanced] (). Even when ISO speed expansion is set, the maximum limit will not be expanded.
  • The minimum speed in the automatic setting range is ISO 400 when [Shooting: Canon Log settings] is set to [On] (). ISO 100–200 represents an expanded ISO speed (L).