The uncompressed test images are only about 60MB.
Below - or in some test images above - the color bars are reference areas, who serve as an indication for a proper adjustment.
The test image was underexposed and a bit drab.
Trying to remove a plant from the background of one test image, however, wasn't nearly as successful.
The kit is a set of test images and a measuring stick.
That is, the transformation which maps the test image to its latent image.
The algorithm then takes a test image and runs an interest point locater (hopefully one of the scale invariant variety).
By using the same standard test images, different labs are able to compare results, both visually and quantitatively.
The first test images from the camera were of Baikal-Amur railway that was being constructed.
To obtain the effect, first look at a test image similar to that at top right.