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A first look at Nikon D2H image quality - Continued

All D2H photos on this page originated as uncompressed NEF files. They have been processed for publication here using a release version of Nikon Capture 4. Full-resolution photos for downloading have been saved as JPEGs using the Save for Web function of Photoshop CS, at a quality level of 95-98 with optimized enabled and the appropriate ICC profile embedded. Complete shooting/processing information can be found in the Caption field of full-resolution photos. Full-resolution photos have not been sharpened.

Reduced resolution photos have been converted to sRGB for viewing in your web browser.

Note: These photos are for personal viewing and printing only. They may not be republished in any form without the permission of the copyright holder; this includes the posting of photos downloaded from this page onto another server. If you would like to use any of the photos here, please contact us directly.

D2H above ISO 800
 
The hockey and football photos below are technically solid, and therefore should demonstrate well what the D2H can do in these type of environments. The volleyball photo is marginal, however: too much motion blur impacts the overall quality. We've included it to show the noise levels at ISO 3200, and because we were impressed at the clean colour from this particular gymnasium.
 
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Nikon D2H, ISO 1000 +0.25 Software Exp. Comp. (Full-Res)

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Nikon D2H, ISO 1600 (Full-Res)

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Nikon D2H, ISO 3200 (Full-Res)

d2h_spotlight_iso1600_lores.jpg
Nikon D2H, ISO 1600 (Full-Res)

Additional photos from the D2H at ISO settings above 800 can be found in the EOS-1D and Nikon D1H/X comparison pages.

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