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Nikon J1 Preview Samples:
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Captured: Jan 2, 2011
Uploaded: Sep 22, 2011 (UTC)
Focal length: 10 mm
Shutter speed: 1/60 sec
Aperture: F4.5
ISO: 6400
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Comments

Total comments: 10
ChrisKramer1

Hey, sharp focus in low light. My G1 and GF1 had awful autofocus in the evening.

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pisang

Guys, this is standard Nikon ISO EXIF behavior. Max ISO is 32000, but can push to "H1" (high 1), which is double the max ISO, so is 6400 in this case. Idea is to warn users that ISO 6400 is not recommended, is not part of normal camera specification, use at your own risk. ISO 6400 is therefore also not written to JPEG EXIF.

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Minh C Nguyen

Not sure how they came up with ISO 6400. The specs were saying that the max ISO is 3200 ????

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Ashley Pomeroy

It reminds me of the old Fuji F30 - very noisy, but very good noise reduction, so it sort of balances out. The result would look pretty good as a print (with corrected white balance). I surmise in real life you could get away with 1/30 at ISO 3200, which would look better.

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sergueis

EXIF says "ISO - ISO 1". How smart, Nikon! :))

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steveh0607

The high ISO looks better than the m43 Olympasonic.

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Visualiza

Say what you want about DoF, lens selection, camera size and the like, but I think with the high ISO examples we've seen in this gallery, we can bury the hatchet on that argument at the very least.

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ybai011

ISO is embedded in the JPEG file. ISO 6400 for this one.

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sergueis

Where in EXIF did you find number 6400?

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ceving13

Why is ISO missing?

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Total comments: 10