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Anonymous
June 1, 2005 10:52:42 PM

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http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikond2x/



PS: Let's keep the, er, noise down...

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Anonymous
June 1, 2005 10:52:43 PM

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>Alan wrote ...
>
> http://www.dpreview.com/review­s/nikond2x/
>
>PS: Let's keep the, er, noise down...

For this tight a pixel pitch I thought they did a great job of keeping
the noise down (and I use Canon :)  ...
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikond2x/page21.asp

Would be interesting to compare noise on this body to noise on the Oly
E-300 since they have similar pixel pitches.

Also interesting to note that if Nikon (or anyone else) could keep this
same pixel pitch at similar or better noise levels in a full frame body
they'd end up with about 28 Mpixels. Cool.

Bill
Anonymous
June 2, 2005 5:03:43 AM

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"Bill Hilton" <bhilton665@aol.com> wrote:

>>Alan wrote ...
>>
>> http://www.dpreview.com/review­s/nikond2x/
>>
>>PS: Let's keep the, er, noise down...
>
> For this tight a pixel pitch I thought they did a great job of keeping
> the noise down (and I use Canon :)  ...
> http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikond2x/page21.asp
>
> Would be interesting to compare noise on this body to noise on the Oly
> E-300 since they have similar pixel pitches.
>
> Also interesting to note that if Nikon (or anyone else) could keep this
> same pixel pitch at similar or better noise levels in a full frame body
> they'd end up with about 28 Mpixels. Cool.
>
> Bill
>
>

Full frame is the #127 film of the future.
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Anonymous
June 2, 2005 7:15:34 AM

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Now that's frustrating to read now a "new" review of a camera that has been
announced almost one year ago. dpreview was once rather quick in bringing
out reviews. Now, there's nothing in this review, which is a surprise.

Why is this reviewer anyway stepping unnecessarily on the D2H? He still does
not understand the subtle difference between CMOS and CCD image sensors. He
should try to use this brick for IR photography.

Gregor

"Alan Browne" <alan.browne@FreeLunchVideotron.ca> wrote in message
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> http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikond2x/
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> PS: Let's keep the, er, noise down...
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Anonymous
June 2, 2005 6:14:03 PM

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In article <qRune.1292$wy1.153@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com>,
GTO <gregor_o@NOSPAMyahoo.com> wrote:
>Now that's frustrating to read now a "new" review of a camera that has been
>announced almost one year ago. dpreview was once rather quick in bringing
>out reviews. Now, there's nothing in this review, which is a surprise.
>
>Why is this reviewer anyway stepping unnecessarily on the D2H? He still does
>not understand the subtle difference between CMOS and CCD image sensors. He
>should try to use this brick for IR photography.

Did you try the D2X without the IR filter? It is bit silly to complain about
the sensor's lack of IR sensitivity when there is an IR-filter in the
light path to prevent the sensor from responding to that kind of light.



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Anonymous
June 2, 2005 6:14:04 PM

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How do you turn off the IR filter in the D2x?

"Philip Homburg" <philip@pch.home.cs.vu.nl> wrote in message
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> In article <qRune.1292$wy1.153@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com>,
> GTO <gregor_o@NOSPAMyahoo.com> wrote:
>>Now that's frustrating to read now a "new" review of a camera that has
>>been
>>announced almost one year ago. dpreview was once rather quick in bringing
>>out reviews. Now, there's nothing in this review, which is a surprise.
>>
>>Why is this reviewer anyway stepping unnecessarily on the D2H? He still
>>does
>>not understand the subtle difference between CMOS and CCD image sensors.
>>He
>>should try to use this brick for IR photography.
>
> Did you try the D2X without the IR filter? It is bit silly to complain
> about
> the sensor's lack of IR sensitivity when there is an IR-filter in the
> light path to prevent the sensor from responding to that kind of light.
>
>
>
> --
> That was it. Done. The faulty Monk was turned out into the desert where it
> could believe what it liked, including the idea that it had been hard done
> by. It was allowed to keep its horse, since horses were so cheap to make.
> -- Douglas Adams in Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
Anonymous
June 2, 2005 11:04:22 PM

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In article <mqGne.12$Er.2@fed1read02>, Newsgroups <Newsgroups@aol.com> wrote:
>How do you turn off the IR filter in the D2x?

You open up the camera, disassemble the sensor, remove/replace the IR
filter. And hopefully, the whole thing works again.

Using a camera like the D2X for IR photography is like using an ax to drive
a nail in the wall. It may work, but it is not really the right tool for the
job.


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