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Standard ISO F-Stops and Shutter Speeds  below

You are welcome to download and print this useful chart of the Standard Shutter Speeds, F-Stops and ISO Speeds including one third and one half speeds and apertures. (1/3 fstop – 1/2 f-stop – 1/2 shutter speed – 1/3 shutter speed – fractional ISO film speeds)

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  14 Responses to “Free F-Stop ISO Shutter Speed Chart – Subscribe for Updates”

  1. Thank you, so much for this amazing chart, it’s the most clear and complete I ever see, very usefull.

  2. 1/3 f/stops have always presented a problem for me, your chart is missing silver bullet. Thanks

  3. Sorry, should have said “the” missing bullet.

  4. I downloaded and printed the chart. Much appreciated. It’s very useful.

    I have a query: What is the f/stop difference between 3.5 – 4.5? I’m sure I should be able to figure this out but not sure. I know 2.8 – 4.0 is one stop. 4.0 to 5.6 is one stop so 3.5 – 4.5 must be less than one full stop. Is it a 1/2 to 3/4th stop difference?

    Thanks
    David
    Ziff Photography

    • Hi David,

      Glad you find the chart useful.

      The difference between 3.5 and 4.5 is 2/3′s of a stop.
      You can use my chart to calculate this.
      Going down the F-Stop Thirds column from 3.5, the next third is 4.0, and then the next is 4.5; thus it is 2 thirds down from 3.5

      Hope this helps clarify.
      Ken Storch

  5. [...] I am learning, I find it very helpful to keep this chart available as reference.  It allows me to quickly convert in 1/3 stops while watching a training [...]

  6. very useful! i took the liberty to share the link to your page :)

  7. IS THERE A REASON SOME LENS START WITH A ONE AND ONE THIRD DIFFERENCE. MY TOKINA 35MM-200MM STARTS AT 3.5 THEN THE NEXT STOPS IS 5.6 AND MY KONICA 52MM STARTS AT 1.8 AND THEN GOES TO 2.8. I CAN USE HALF STOPS ON THE 52MM LENS SO THE HALF STOP BETWEEN 1.8 AND 2.8 WOULD BE 2.2 IS THAT CORRECT? THANKS FOR THE CHART I LAMINATED IT SO I CAN KEEP IT IN MY BAG.

    • Hi Richard,

      It’s mostly a design manufacturing issue. The manufacturer wants to get the largest maximum aperture at the least production costs.
      So they squeak out a little more on the aperture, but can’t always make the control ring get a click stop at the in-between setting.

      It’s not a big deal; many many lenses are that way.

      Glad you find the chart helpful.

      Cheers,
      Ken

  8. This is a wonderful, clear chart- thank you Ken!

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