As part of my upcoming review of the Nikon D5100, I am sharing some of the sample images that I’ve captured with the camera. Check them out below.
In addition to real world samples, I’ve provided a number of images of a color chart captured with the Nikon throughout the ISO range. These were RAW files processed in Lightroom with the default adjustments applied.
Feel free to download any of these sample images for your personal inspection (not for republication). You can get the original files by right-clicking on any of the images and choosing “Save link as…”
Below you will find a chart that covers the sensitivity range of the Nikon D5100 for both RAW images exported via Lightroom 3 and in-camera JPEG images. Below the chart, you’ll see links for the full resolution images if you want to download them for your own personal inspection (not for republication).
First, here’s a look at the whole scene so you can get a flavor of what we’re looking at in the chart below.
The 100% crops are taken from the top-left corner of the color chart and include a portion of the wind muff on the Zoom H1.
Here are the links to the original files if you want a closer look. To save a file, right-click the link and choose “Save link as…”
- ISO 100: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 200: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 400: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 800: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 1600: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 3200: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 6400: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 12800: RAW – JPEG
- ISO 25600: RAW – JPEG
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