Today I went to our local camera shop to get a price for the Canon 60D and Tamron 18-270mm lens bundle. The guy was awesome explaining things to me in plain english, but I began to feel completely stupid when he started explain the F numbering on the screen versus the automatic shutter speed. He was trying to explain the ISO rating and the higher it goes, the more it allows light in and stability is strengthened; I became very confused.
He summed it up by stating there are three important factors with the ISO rating:
1. Shutter speed
2. Light it allows in
3. Forgot completely!
I guess I am very new and very green about the whole camera lingo. I am use to a roll of film being developed rather than digital but wanted to buy a good camera for my 2.5 months away.
Help understanding the lingo would be my desperate request. I have not purchased it yet, but I want to understand more before I do.