I’m still in the middle of my ongoing review of the new Panasonic GH4 and wanted to share a few files of the same scene shot across the ISO range.
Here’s a quick look at the in-camera JPEG file processing vs. the GH4 RAW files converted to DNGs and processed through Lightroom 5 with no adjustments. First, here’s a look at the full scene that was captured.
Next, is a chart that looks at the full resolution of the files.
On the left, you’ll see a 100% crop of the images that came as JPEG files straight from the camera. On the right, you’ll see the corresponding RAW files shot alongside the JPEG files in a RAW + JPEG configuration.
If you want to take a look at the full resolution files, you can download them at the following links
- ISO 200: JPEG – RAW
- ISO 400: JPEG – RAW
- ISO 800: JPEG – RAW
- ISO 1600: JPEG – RAW
- ISO 3200: JPEG – RAW
- ISO 6400: JPEG – RAW
- ISO 12800: JPEG – RAW
- ISO 25600: JPEG – RAW
[UPDATE: I have added both the RAW files and the converted DNG files for those who want to examine the originals in your own raw processing program. You can download the original files at this link. Please do not post the download link directly to any forums or other sites. It’s ok to link to this page, but if the external bandwidth gets heavy, I will have to take them down.]
I’ll have some additional comparisons soon and full review is in the works as well.
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