As part of my upcoming review of the Panasonic G2, I have managed to capture a few photos that I thought were worth sharing. It will be a little while still before the review is complete; however, I wanted to pass along these sample images for you to check out. All were captured using the Panasonic G2’s 14-42mm kit lens. All images were captured in JPEG format, and I have noted the basic shot info below each image.
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…” [Read more…]
ISO 6400 – HDR Composite of 9 Bracketed Images
I’ve just been getting to know the Nikon D3S a bit, but I brought it along with me on a quick trip to NYC to visit my good friends at B&H Photo. I had some time to kill last night and I couldn’t resist a walk down to Times Square with the D3S to see what the high ISO handling looked like in a real world environment. [Read more…]
The Panasonic LUMIX GH1 is a Micro Four Thirds camera that captures still images and 1080p HD video. It is packaged as kit with a special lens designed for enhanced video capabilities.
While you can expect an ISO evaluation and a full review of the GH1 soon, below you will find some images that I’ve taken in my testing of the camera. These images are from a production model.
The lens used was the 14-140mm kit lens, which offers optical image stabilization. Unless otherwise noted, image stabilization was turned on, file format is JPEG large/fine, handheld, and using auto white balance. [Read more…]
The D3000 is Nikon’s current low-end DSLR model. It features a 10.2-megapixel DX-format CCD sensor, as found in the Nikon D60 that the D3000 replaces. The updates are fairly subtle; however, it is clear after spending some time with it that Nikon is targeting a very entry-level crowd.
Expect more details in a full review coming soon. For now, you can take a look at the below sample images from the D3000 and judge for yourself. These images are from a production camera as shipped from Nikon. Don’t expect any real differences from what we know the Nikon D60 could do though. [Read more…]
In my prior quick and dirty comparison of the Canon 5D Mark II and Nikon D700, we looked at some sample images taken from these two cameras and relied largely on each camera’s autofocus and built-in metering with very little manual tinkering by me. The prior comparison also featured 100% crops from each camera at its native resolution.
Based on reader feedback, I’ve gone back to the drawing board for a second, more in-depth comparison of each camera’s image quality and ISO range. [Read more…]
PhotographyBLOG has posted some full resolution samples from the Nikon D3X for your pixel peeping and general perusal. Better have plenty of bandwidth to spare. Those things are huge. Dial up uses need not apply.
Get’em here: Sample Images
Stay tuned to Photography Bay’s Nikon D3X Reviews and Resources for the latest.