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DxOMark @ 269 cameras

Here is another update about camera sensors in cameras as tested by DxO Labs (www.dxomark.com). DxO’s test essentially covers the noise and dynamic range of cameras – it doesn’t cover resolution, focus speed, ease-of-use, etc. Modern cameras span a range … Continue reading

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DxOMark @ 251 cameras

Here is another update about new cameras tested by www.dxomark.com. The test only looks at the noise and dynamic range performance of cameras – it doesn’t cover resolution, speed, ease-of-use, durability, etc. Since my previous posting, 5 new cameras have … Continue reading

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DxOMark @ 246 cameras

See http://peter.vdhamer.com/dxomark_nov13/ for the previous snapshot and some explanatory text. In this January update, ten new cameras and four extra labels were added. Sorted on descending price, these are: Sony A7 (a 24 MPixel full-frame mirrorless camera) Sony DSC-RX10 (performs … Continue reading

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State of the DxOMark (camera nerdiness)

I updated my overview chart with available high-end cameras. See http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Camera-Sensor-Database for detailed benchmark results for specific cameras. As usual, there is a lot of interesting information in such an overview: Assuming you care about low light and high dynamic … Continue reading

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DxOMark Camera Sensor article (v2.0 and v2.0.1)

I have been working on an update to my original DxOMark article. That update has just been published on Luminous Landscape, a well-known photography site operated by the Canadian landscape photographer and publicist Michael Reichmann. A slightly newer version of … Continue reading

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DxOMark Sensor for benchmarking cameras

DxOMark provides raw benchmark information for camera bodies (DxOMark Sensor). Although DxO Labs is a commercial organization, it provides its benchmark results for free because DxO needs to measure the data anyway (e.g. for their raw converter) and because it uses the DxOMark site to increase brand awareness. The measurements and graphs are incidentally not in the public domain, but can be redistributed under certain conditions. Continue reading

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DxOMark now reviews lenses

DxO Optics Pro DxO‘s products are interesting – especially considering the modest size of the company. Their best known product, DxO Optics Pro,  is a sophisticated raw converter. It automatically corrects lens errors (distortion, vignetting, chromatic aberration) and provides sensor … Continue reading

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