The term ISO (International Standards Organization) is a setting on a digital camera that determines how sensitive the camera's sensor will be to light. Note: This scale is a combination of American standards (ASA) and German standards (DIN); ISO was established in 1974.
Dynamic Range is a measure of how the camera registers and records the brightest whites and the blackest blacks as they appear in the same frame. Many cameras today will only register certain tones before going to detail-less white and black.
To help students use this rig quickly and effectively, I created this cheat sheet card. This cards are attached to each of the cameras and help students quickly recall how to change shutter speed, ISO, and aperture to achieve the look they want.
*Note: We no longer use the small audio box but rather the Zoom H5 audio recorder.