Pretty fine with lenses used. Sample 9 is interesting...I am happy that the next sample wasn't the surfer swallowing the dog's tongue as it looks like he was about to do!
Tigadee: There are absolutely no changes to the sensor or lens, so I can't imagine that the P7100 would be any different from the P7000 IQ-wise. Therefore, there won't be any differences in the P7100's high ISO images and the P7000's so why worry about the lack of high ISO samples? Looks like it's only improvements in the firmware or internal hardware (processor perhaps?) to resolve the AF and operational speed issues we'll see (plus the new screen, of course). Small but nice touches... If only Nikon would offer the firmware and speed improvements tp P7000 owners like me. How about it, Nikon?!
I believe I read that noise reduction efforts have been made.
I thought to myself how bland the photo samples were. Like they were taken on a cloudy day, with unsaturated colors and little dynamic range. I would like to like this model but I need to find some other samples.
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