Additional information on the low light Nikon DSLR camera

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The tw0 low light pictures I published two days ago were not taken with a new camera, but with a new sensor if this makes any sense: the new sensor was installed inside a Nikon D750 test mule/body without any specific markings on the outside. The sensor had 20MP resolution (full frame) and was specifically designed for low light photography. There is no indication if Nikon will or will not go ahead with that sensor. This was simply a test and nothing more. Similar tests are done all the time in different locations and this is not really an indication of an upcoming camera. I was ensured that this was not a hoax and the pictures were not fabricated in order to gain online fame. I am hoping to get the full resolution JPG or NEF files in order to get additional information. Once and if I receive them, I will upload them here on the blog. This is really all I can share for now.

Update: here is the full resolution JPG photo I received today:


The EXIF shows just regular D750 data and I could not find anything unusual about it. I still hope to get the original NEF file that will provide us more details about the photo. As far as I am concerned, based on this photo, this could have been taken with a regular 24MP D750 camera (over the last two days I was told multiple times that the sensor was 20MP and it appears to be 24MP based on the EXIF).

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