Quote Originally Posted by elammm View Post
But an ISO of 400 is alot better for picture taking right?
No.

There are three basic variables for any exposure.

1-Time
Your camera can do ~1/100 or "B" where you simply hold the shutter open for as long as you hold the button down.

2-Aperture
Your camera ~f/8, not a variable.

3-Sensitivity
ISO or EI. The bigger the number the more sensitive it is.

In your specific camera using the normal 1/100 shutter speed, 100 ISO film is best for bright sunny shots, ISO 400 for late afternoon outside or shaded mid-day shots, maybe inside with fairly bright lighting.

To do a nice job inside you may need to use "B" mode with the camera sitting on something solid.