Glad you are branching out a bit (unless of course I'm missing sarcasm). With your 5DIII, there are plenty of controls for the Auto ISO function including a minimum shutter speed.Next time I'm outside in varying light conditions, I'm actually going to shoot Tv just to see if it makes life any easier.
actually no, I've just had a play and it's Av. I can set the f-stop and it'll work out the shutter speed... Just having a play now... does this mean I'm going to actually have to read the manual? oh man, how am I going to work out what it's exposing for? whole scene or focus point? This is a headache. what if conditions drop at 100ISO below 125th/sec?? there has to be a way to set a minimum shutter-speed then up the ISO to compensate?
Bloody hell, this thread really has got peoples backs up and on the defence hasn't it?
No sarcasm in that last post, I'm genuinely going to try it, even though I don't understand how it's going to work letting the camera decide on my exposure. I believe there are different estimating modes and a number of things I can do regarding minimum shutter speeds and maximum ISO's... I just have to read up on how to do it