1/500 @ f/4 ISO 400: The Pentax K20D did a nice job of evaluative metering for the range in this scene.
1/50 @ f/4.5 ISO 400: We had to slightly warm up the tones on this shaded street scene.
1/80 @ f/4.5 ISO 400: We exposure-locked on the window display and recomposed for our chosen angle, s that the main area would be properly exposed, while the bright sunlit edge and background get blown out a little in this high-contrast scene.
1/320 @ f/4.5 ISO 400: The Pentax K20D did a nice job of keeping detail throughout the tonal range in this fisheye scene.
1/250 @ f/4.5 ISO 100: We had to warm up the color in this shaded ice rink shot to neutralize a cool blue cast.
1/160 @ f/4.5 ISO 100: Again, we needed to warm up this shot a little to minimize the bluishness of the ice in the shaded foreground.
1/640 @ f/8 ISO 200: There’s great detail in this low ISO scene of Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
1/15 @ f/4 ISO 200. Yes, that’s 1/15 of a second, handheld, courtesy the sensor-shift stabilization. Notice the great shadow details.
We shot this street scene at ISO 100, 800, 1600, and 3200 on the Finest Quality JPEG setting at full 14.6 megapixel resolution. We’ve pulled the same areas up to 100% pixel views in the next slides.
The same scene at ISO 100, 100% pixel view.
The same scene at ISO 800, 100% pixel view.
The same scene at ISO 1600, 100% pixel view.
The same scene at ISO 3200, 100% pixel view.