Nikon D7000 : portraits from iso 100 until iso 25600

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Nikon D7000 : portraits from iso 100 until iso 25600

Postby Stany Buyle » Sat 25 Sep 2010 00:18

2010, September 24th.
From PhotoKina 2010- Nikon D7000: portraits from iso 100 until iso 25600

This morning at Photokina I had the opportunity to do some casual portraits with the same woman where I did some portraits with the D3100 on thuesday.
There was quite some stress because of soo many people cueing up to try the D7000 and who made me hurry up...

Underneath pictures are captured handhold with D7000 and 16-85 AF-S VR with VR on.

Also this camera gave the same mistake in the exif by indicating "1EV over 6400" as "1EV over 1600" like explained in the former topic, but with the shutter speed you can see clearly that it's 1EV and 2EV over 6400, so iso 12800 and iso 25600.

The pictures are totally unprocessed, only resized to 900px high.

Registered members of this forum can download the original files here: http://www.nikonuser.info/fotoforum/viewtopic.php?f=58&t=916
Reason for the registration obligation is to protect the server against too many downloads at once and to avoid "grab and run away people".

The pictures:

Iso 100: There is clearly some motion blur in this picture.
D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 34 mm, 1/10 sec, F4.5
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Iso 200: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 34 mm, 1/25 sec, F4.5
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Iso 400: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 34 mm, 1/25 sec, F4.5
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Iso 800: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 46 mm, 1/60 sec, F5
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Iso 1600: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 48 mm, 1/200 sec, F5
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Iso 3200: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 48 mm, 1/400 sec, F5
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Iso 6400: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 58 mm, 1/800 sec, F5.3
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Iso 12800: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 45 mm, 1/1600 sec, F4.8
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Iso 25600: D7000 + 16-85 AF-S VR @ 45 mm, 1/3200 sec, F4.8
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Stany

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Re: Nikon D7000: portraits from iso 100 until iso 25600

Postby um001 » Sat 25 Sep 2010 14:40

Thanks Stany for showing us. Looks very good!
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Nikon D7000- iso 25600 picture after NR by teodorian2

Postby Stany Buyle » Sat 25 Sep 2010 22:50

I posted my D7000 pictures in a paralel thread on Dpreview and a poster with user name teodorian2 post processed my iso25600 picture in an incredible way about noise reduction. Underneath you see the before/after next to each other.
I hope he'll explain here his NR method...
Theodorian2, you're very welcome! ;)

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Re: Nikon D7000: portraits from iso 100 until iso 25600

Postby albioneast » Sun 26 Sep 2010 18:31

Thank you for the opportunity to see the D7000 files. I had been looking at the possibility of adding a D300s to my D3, for shots of small birds using my 500VR.

It seems that the D7000 will provide a significant improvement instead of cropping the image from the D3, and the new camera is an even better prospect at this than the D300S.
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Re: Nikon D7000- iso 25600 picture after NR by teodorian2

Postby Stany Buyle » Mon 27 Sep 2010 16:59

StanyB wrote:I posted my D7000 pictures in a paralel thread on Dpreview and a poster with user name teodorian2 post processed my iso25600 picture in an incredible way about noise reduction. Underneath you see the before/after next to each other. I hope he'll explain here his NR method... Theodorian2, you're very welcome! ;)

Got an answer from teodorian2 on Dpreview:
teodorian2 on Dpreview wrote:1) I loaded the 900 px image in LR 3 and used sharpening 50, 1, 0, 50 and chroma NR 30, 30 and shadow tint - 5,
2) Selective NR in Topaz Denoise 5,
3) Selective sharpening in Topaz Detail 2 and Focal Blade 2.
4) Desaturation (blue and magenta cast) of the black shirt.


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33% crop in NX2 from the D7000 iso 6400 file

Postby Stany Buyle » Mon 4 Oct 2010 20:50

Here underneath you see a 33% crop of a D7000 'jpeg file straight out of the camera.
TMHO pretty impressing for a crop of a iso 6400 jpegfile straight out of the DX camera...

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The above crop comes from this file:
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