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RAW + JPEG...one (jpeg) out of camera, one (raw) for post processing to compare. Pretty simple, really. Shows why RAW is the way to go most of the time. Much better final image.
Sweet!!! And the MP count is not ridiculous. Looks like a gem!! ISO 204,800? Wow!!!!!
Considering the hardware, this is not bad at all. I'm sure comparisons to 4/3 cams will bear that out. My old D90 did not do this well at 6400, and that one was considered to be fairly good at higher ISO's.
Probably not going to do well with highlights on shots like this with +1EV and small sensor. Hopefully RAW's will have enough in them to recover blown out areas.
Ain't gonna get bokeh at 10mm and f4.5... Unless you're extremely close to your subject. Even then, it will be minimal. If you want bokeh, buy a FF cam! Then let's see how small your cam is compared to this one (not even close). Each has it's strengths and weaknesses as well as it's place in photography. I do not plan on buying one of these since I have both D7000 and D700, but it will be interesting to see what can and can't be done with this format. Kudos, Nikon!!