To keep the exposure time fast enough or not to overdo the ISO of Multi Picture Frames, it is vital to tweak the exposure via software. For example, you can wrote tutorials on how to correct the exposure in Lightroom.
What cameras and lenses to use when there is little light? If you think you will often find yourself photographing in situations where there will be very little light, it is better to pay particular attention to the equipment you want to buy.
Among the compact cameras and bridges, the main feature to evaluate is the maximum ISO. The higher the ISO value allowed by the camera, the better the noise management will be. Another feature, optional but very important, is the possibility to shoot in RAW, for the reasons you can described above.
If instead you are oriented towards an SLR, there are two main things to pay attention to the ability of the camera body to photograph at high ISO values while limiting noise and maximum lens aperture.
The bodies with better performance at high ISO are, as you can imagine, the most expensive. These are usually the most advanced models in the amateur and semi-professional sectors. As for compact cars, also in this case the fact generally applies that the higher the ISO value reachable by a machine body, the better the noise management will be. Attention however that is not always true, better to look at the reviews of the individual cameras for Multi Picture Frames.
As far as the objectives are concerned, the fixed focal length lenses are always the best choice. These allow to acquire a greater quantity of light, with opening values that go down even to f1.2. Keep in mind that zoom lenses cannot go below f2.8. This means that a fixed focal length lens can capture up to almost eight times more light. If you really can not do without a zoom, oriented to those that reach a maximum aperture of f2.8.
Excellent fixed targets are 50mm and 35mm, which are also available at affordable prices. If you are passionate about portraits, you can orient yourself at 85 mm, but they become more expensive.
Let’s start with a little experiment, try to take a sheet of paper and a tissue, a felt tip pen with a very large tip and one with a very small tip, it doesn’t matter what color. First experiment. Take the large point marker and rest it for two seconds (count, one. two.) first on the drawing sheet, then for the same time on the tissue. On which sheet is the largest sign? Obviously on the tissue that absorbs more ink than normal paper.