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Nikon 1 AW1 Ken McMahon, March 2014
 
 

Nikon AW1 sample images


The following images were taken with a Nikon AW1 fitted with the 11-27.5mm waterproof kit zoom. The AW1 was set to its best quality 14 Megapixel resolution with Auto White Balance and the other setings left at their defaults unless otherwise stated.

All of the images below are available to download in their original formats for analysis. Click on the desired image to access the files at Flickr.


7.66MB, Program AE, 1/50, f/4.0, 1600 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 11 mm (29mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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4.77MB, Shutter speed priority AE, 1/500, f/6.3, 400 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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5.06MB, Program AE, 1/800, f/3.5, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 11 mm (29mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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4.77MB, 1/500, f/4.0, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 11 mm (29mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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7.5MB, Program AE, 1/800, f/5.0, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 11 mm (29mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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5MB, Shutter speed priority AE, 1/500, f/7.1, 400 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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4.56MB, Shutter speed priority AE, 1/500, f/6.3, 400 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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4.68MB, Shutter speed priority AE, 1/500, f/6.3, 400 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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3.45MB, Program AE, 1/250, f/5.6, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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3.51MB, Program AE, 1/200, f/3.5, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 11 mm (29mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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3.91MB, Program AE, 1/160, f/6.3, 400 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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3.58MB, Program AE, 1/40, f/5.6, 200 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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4.8MB, Program AE, 1/125, f/5.6, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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5.9MB, Program AE, 1/50, f/3.5, 1600 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 11 mm (29mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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3.67MB, Aperture-priority AE, 1/250, f/6.3, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 27.5 mm (74mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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3.25MB, Program AE, 1/40, f/5.3, 200 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 24.1 mm (65mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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5.87MB, Program AE, 1/320, f/3.5, 160 ISO, 11-27.5mm at 11 mm (29mm equivalent)

Nikon AW1 sample image
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