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TrojMacReady

TrojMacReady

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  • If you had actually read before your usual ranting from frustration, then you would have already realized that this was based on theory, taking noise from other stages out of the equation. Not...

  • If you had actually read before your usual ranting from frustration, then you would have already realized that this was based on theory, taking noise from other stages out of the equation. Not...

  • If you had actually read before your usual ranting from frustration, then you would have already realized that this was based on theory, taking noise from other stages out of the equation. Not...

  • At ISO 1600, the shadow noise is close to the shadow noise of the 12 MP Exmor sensor from 2010 at ISO 3200. At ISO 3200, it's equal or worse than the Exmor at ISO 6400 in shadows.

  • "Wrong, DXO is using theoretical light sources to make guesses about how the sensor should perform and then publishes numbers."

    I'm not digging, I didn't make the "made up" claim.

  • "Wrong, DXO is using theoretical light sources to make guesses about how the sensor should perform and then publishes numbers."

    I'm not digging, I didn't make the "made up" claim. Besides, numbers...

  • Not sure how they would "jump ahead", since the sensor in the D5300 would score 14.1 stops of DR and the one in the D7100 14.7 stops using that same formula.
    In other words, the efficiency of the...

  • Not sure how they would "jump ahead", since the sensor in the D5300 would score 14.1 stops of DR and the one in the D7100 14.7 stops using that same formula. For FF cameras, the D810 would score...

  • Not sure how they would "jump ahead", since the sensor in the D5300 would score 14.1 stops of DR and the one in the D7100 14.7 stops using that same formula. For FF cameras, the D810 would score...

  • Not sure how they would "jump ahead", since the sensor in the D5300 would score 14.1 stops of DR and the one in the D7100 14.7 stops using that same formula. For FF cameras, the D810 would score...

  • Not sure how they would "jump ahead", since the sensor in the D5300 would score 14.1 stops of DR and the one in the D7100 14.7 stops using that same formula. For FF cameras, the D810 would score...

  • Far better in a parallel universe, possibly.

  • Huge jpeg buffer, RAW buffer is pretty similar (31 vs 28).

  • So is Canon, but in this case at low ISO smudging away low contrast detail, yet oversharpening edges with halos. Just check the 6D review for example.

  • They forgot the viewfinder.

  • They forgot the viewfinder and still the RX100III has 50% longer battery life.

  • The NX10/NX100 sensor was up to a full stop behind competition in terms of noise at high ISO at the time of release and up to 2 stops in behind in DR. Compared to modern APS-C senors that has...

  • The NX10/NX100 sensor was up to a full stop behind competition in terms of noise at high ISO at the time of release and up to 2 stops in behind in DR. Compared to modern APS-C senors that has...

  • They are not made up numbers. They are measured numbers based on many different levels of lighting (see all the SNR plots in their full reviews) and different temperature too (see colour response...

  • They are not made up numbers. They are measured numbers based on many different levels of lighting (see all the SNR plots in their full reviews) and different temperature too (see colour response...

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