« on: June 09, 2012, 07:17:55 PM »
IQ deduced from a sensor score that reflects numerous measurements not relating to IQ?
Hugh? Even dxo's critics in this thread state that the measurements aren't the problem, just the non-transparent computation of the final score.
Google's algorithm does not give a score that influences spending habits nor does it pretend to be 100% accurate.
You should think again about this statement: Google does give a score (rank 1, 2, 3, 4) and if you don't think the Google rank influences spending habits ... well, what can I possibly say?
Where does dxo state that their sensor score is 100% accurate and the ultimate judgement? Every smart person will know a overall score is a reduction of complexity and thus has to lose accuracy - so it's not wise to take it as a sole basis for a decision. And while it is regrettable dxo doesn't disclose their formula, this fact alone doesn't prove they're out to get Canon.