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Dennis Hissink : March 31th 2005 - 13:00 CET
Digital Camera Review Test Appareil Photo Numerique Prueba camara digital Digitale Camera Test Dijital Kamera Incelemeleri Digitalkamera Test Digitalkamera post high ISO Nikon D2Hs samples : The guys from, the Canadian based web site, have posted some sample images from a brief hands on with a full production Nikon D2Hs DSLR camera. They have posted a few full size JPEG high ISO image samples from a colour chart and a low light scene. Additionally they also worked out some 800 and 1600 ISO shots and compared them with the previous Nikon D2H digital SLR. According to the new Nikon D2Hs DSLR camera performs well comparing to the Nikon D2H DSLR camera. One of the new features on the Nikon D2Hs is a Menu option for selecting High ISO Noise Reduction (same as the Nikon D2X). The settings include Off, Normal and High. post high ISO Nikon D2Hs samplesNikon D2Hs digital SLR camera
The Nikon D2Hs performs continuous shooting of 50 photos with 4.1 effective Megapixels at a speed of 8fps. Not only inherits this digital SLR all the good things from its predecessors, it also benefits from the new technologies and advances in the development of the recently announced Nikon D2X digital SLR for professional photographers. The impressive range of exclusive functions deliver speed, response, resolution and operation which makes the Nikon D2Hs an ideal camera for professional photographers and sports photographers.

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According to "Looking at the side by side crop above, it is clear that the NR High setting on the Nikon D2Hs is more effective at reducing the overall appearance of image noise. As is common with most in camera NR reduction systems, there is a slight trade-off; as the amount of noise reduction is increased, there seems to be some loss of detail due to the "smoothening effects" of the NR processing itself", "As can be seen from the above image comparisons, the Nikon D2Hs DSLR definitely improves upon its predecessor the Nikon D2H at higher ISO settings. According to Nikon, these improvements are a result of refinements to the D2Hs processing ASIC and revised image processing algorithms," and "In our opinion, there is at least a 1 stop sensitivity advantage for the Nikon D2Hs vs the Nikon D2H when shooting at high ISO."
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