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Nikon D2H compared to the D1H and D1X
The photos below demonstrate that the D2H is definitely from the Nikon family. The goalie photos show similar colour and tone, while the ultra-warm fluorescent photo at bottom, when corrected using our tried-and-true combo of flash gels and a Preset WB in this lighting, works extremely well, showing only a slight redness in the face that's typical of how the D1X and D1H respond too when the existing illumination is warm and weird.
But there are fundamental differences also. The portrait photographed with both the D2H and D1X shows a welcome jump in saturation in the D2H version, despite the fact that the two were shot and processed identically, including the use of Color Mode II, Less Contrast and a Preset WB. The same is true of the fluorescent scene in which we've let the background go warm and weird; the D2H version has more colour snap, and is the version we prefer.
Nikon D2H, ISO 200 (Full-Res)
Nikon D1X, ISO 200 (Full-Res)
Nikon D2H, ISO 200, Gels + Preset WB