« on: June 21, 2014, 05:32:39 PM »
In DxoMarkLand, Canon is outscored by Nikon, Sony, Fuji, even Pentax. In the real world people buy camera systems based on their needs, and the fact that more people buy Canon dSLRs and lenses than any of their competitors' indicates that Canon better meets the needs and/or desires of more photographers. That's reality...whether or not you can deal with it.
And those needs may be things like "I want WiFi in my camera." at the top of the customer's list.
knowledgable users buy what they need more than uneducated users who buy what marketing tells them they should want. That's what Neuro keeps getting wrong.
Users buy what they want/need, not what you think they should want/need. That's what you keep getting wrong.
not sure why you bother quoting my statement if you're not even responding to the point I made.
so you're still getting it wrong
then you include:
Not everyone (in fact, almost no one) needs to push their exposure 4-5 stops in post.you might actually expend some effort into posting an intelligent and considered response instead of mere sarcasm and trolling
By now you should know you can't push a Canon file 4 or 5 stops as well as you can an ABC camera's raw file.