Canon EOS-20D test images and "gallery" shots|
(Monday, August 23, 2004 - 12:05 EDT)
Finally, a smattering of test and gallery photos, including some shots across the full range of ISO settings.
While it's still just a prototype model, we've gone ahead and shot a small sampling of test photos with the 20D unit we've had here for initial evaluation. Because it's only a prototype, we've not shot the full set of standardized test images, but rather just a couple that are revealing of camera characteristics (viewfinder accuracy, res target, DaveBox, the latter with the MacBeth chart in it, handy for looking at image noise across a range of ISOs).
We've also shot a small sampling of random "gallery" shots, and will follow with some more examples if/as/when we get a break in the @#$ Atlanta weather. (We unfortunately just missed a clear patch the Sunday after initially posting the review, and now appear to have a week or more of unremitting blah weather ahead of us.)
Given the prototype status of this camera, I've not done my usual picture analysis, but have just posted the few shots we have in a photo gallery for the EOS 20D, with a few comments attached to the images to explain what they're of, and what I feel that they show.