Why is the technology of digital cameras limited to the exact problems as we did with film cameras? (ISO, shutter speed, etc

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Why is the technology of digital cameras limited to the exact problems as we did with film cameras? (ISO, shutter speed, etc

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Because the only thing that has changed is the film. We use electronic film now.

Of course the rest works still the same.

And ISO noise (probably the problem you are talking about) is just something that is almost impossible to circumvent if you want to make an image out of light hitting something.

They aren’t “problems”. They are configuration settings according to which you can get pretty much whatever outcome you desire. I guess the answer to your question is: because cameras aren’t mind-readers. Yet.

Because light and lenses don’t care what kind of camera you are using, they always work the same way.

Shutter speed impacts how much light reaches the detecting surface and how susceptible it is to motion.

ISO is the sensitivity of the detecting surface.

f-stop is how much of the lens is being used to focus, less lens, the sharper and dimmer the image.