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    How does ISO work on DSLR's

    I know that with film larger the ISO the larger the silver crystal in the film but I'm curios to know, How does ISO work with Digital SLR's?

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    Er, never mind. I mistook the links in the above reply for part of your signature rather than useful parts of your post... so I expanded on the 'amplification' comment. As it turns out though, those links are better
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