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Nikon COOLPIX A Ken McMahon, April 2013
 
 

Nikon COOLPIX A sample images

The following images were taken with a Nikon COOLPIX A in Program auto mode. The COOLPIX A was set to its best quality 16 Megapixel resolution and Fine quality compression with Auto White Balance. Image stabilisation was enabled for these hand-held shots.

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.


Macro: 5.7MB, Aperture Priority, 1/125, f2.8, 800 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)

Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Macro: 5.87MB, Aperture Priority, 1/30, f3.5, 800 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)

Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Landscape: 5.5MB, Program, 1/250, f4, 100 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)

Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Landscape: 5.92MB, Program, 1/250, f5, 100 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)

Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Landscape: 5.58MB, Program auto, 1/250, f4.5, 100 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)

Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Landscape: 6.04MB, Program auto, 1/250, f4.5, 100 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)
Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Interior: 5.90MB, Program auto, 1/60, f2.8, 100 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)
Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Landscape: 3.66MB, Program auto, 1/400, f5, 100 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)
Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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Interior: 8.05MB, Program auto, 1/125, f4, 800 ISO, 18.5mm (28mm equiv)
Nikon COOLPIX A sample image
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