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saskskierI don't know much about anything.
saskskierI don't know much about anything, but if it's bright and sunny out, I feel like you shouldn't be filming at ISO 100...
OP, ISO isn't the only thing that controls exposure. You were likely shooting at f3.5 or so with a slow shutter speed. For sunny days, I usually shoot F11-13, 1/250, ISO 100 @720/60. A lot of people will tell you that your shutter speed should be double the frame (about 1/125 for 720/60), but the difference is negligible for skiing unless you go up to or over about 1/500
nutz.iso 100 is really low dude, that makes it darker (1600 iso = higher = more light). so that's wrong
shutter speed and aperture also factor into the lighting though. All in all expose for your highlights and you shouldn't have a problem when filming daylight stuff