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Nikon Coolpix P7700 Preview Samples:
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Captured: Oct 22, 2012
Uploaded: Oct 23, 2012 (UTC)
Focal length: 12.5 mm
Shutter speed: 1/50 sec
Aperture: F2.8
ISO: 3200
Exposure comp.: ±0.00

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Total comments: 4
gzsoldog
By gzsoldog (Oct 26, 2012)

Continuing the previous thoughts...
It would be very impressive also and would characterize the low light features if we could get a series of pictures about low light level target(s) with different parameters, e.g. exp. with 1/50 at iso 3200, 1/25 at iso 1600, 1/6 at iso 400 etc. by free hands and on tripod. This would not only give information about high-iso performance but also about lens and VR features in easily understandable mode. This is how most of us try to make usable pictures in bad illumination conditions with a new camera (and several times with our older well-known camera also).
And one more idea which would be very interesting: same target with different light levels in lab environment, e.g. open iris, fix iso, e.g. iso=3200 with 1/100, 1/10, 1 sec, on tripod of course.

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gzsoldog
By gzsoldog (Oct 26, 2012)

Yes, promising hi-iso performance, but:
It would be reasonable to have much more high-iso samples from real-life environment, like night view of illuminated streets, buildings, also street portraits with low light levels. This desire is not just for this sample set but it is a general appeal. I am sure, most of the visitors of this site are most curious of the low-light capabilities of the cameras.
My experience is that the low light behavior is much more understandable if we can compare real life photos about a certain well known or at least well imaginable target especially if the theme is commonly photoed by most of the photographers, like the above mentioned cases.
Thanks.

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Robert Morris
By Robert Morris (Oct 26, 2012)

Wow, this looks very promising for ISO 3200.

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Pat Cullinan Jr
By Pat Cullinan Jr (Oct 26, 2012)

It looks pretty good. We could do with more high ISO examples.

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Total comments: 4