Nikon D7000 Studio Sample Photos

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Nikon D7000 Studio Sample PhotosThis page has high-resolution sample photos taken in the PhotographyREVIEW.com test studio with the Nikon D7000 digital SLR. Sample photos were shot RAW at all ISO settings at f/8 in aperture priority mode with the AF-S 18-105mm VR kit lens. White balance was set for the tungsten preset. The images were converted to 16-bit TIFF files at the default Adobe Lightroom settings and the logo, text and graybar were added in Photoshop before the final files were saved as maximum quality JPEGs. No post-processing noise reduction, sharpening or exposure adjustments have been applied.

Click on the thumbnails below to see the Nikon D7000 sample photos at their original resolution. Warning: these files are BIG – be patient while they download.

 

Nikon D7000 ISO 100 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 100 Sample
Nikon D7000 ISO 200 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 200 Sample
Nikon D7000 ISO 400 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 400 Sample

Nikon D7000 ISO 800 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 800 Sample
Nikon D7000 ISO 1600 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 1600 Sample
Nikon D7000 ISO 3200 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 3200 Sample

Nikon D7000 ISO 6400 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 6400 Sample
Nikon D7000 ISO 12,500 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 12,500 Sample
Nikon D7000 ISO 25,600 high-res studio sample photo
Nikon D7000
ISO 25,600 Sample

 

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