Also...Quote from: DxOAll of the top ten DSC manufacturers are DxO Analyzer customers as well as the top brands of smartphone and camera module.
I don't see Canon's logo listed among their clients, yet Canon is certainly one of the 'top ten DSC manufacturers'. So either Canon refused to give DxO permission to display their logo, or the above statement by DxO is false.
Read the quote on DxO's web page:
"Here is a sample of some of our clients."
It doesn't say that those listed are DxO's only customers. It also doesn't say those listed are the top ten DSC manufacturers. It just says that they are *some* of DxO's customers. So Canon could well be a customer of DxO and if they were, then the statement on DxO's webpage is still true.
Yes, I can read and comprehend, a skill some lack. Perhaps you should read my post again to confirm for yourself that I did not indicate that DxO's statement is false, only that it could be... You might also note that I listed that possibility second, not first.
EDIT: or perhaps you're suggesting a third possibility that I intentionally dismissed, namely that Canon is a client but DxO chose to not display the logo of the leading manufacturer of dSLRs among their clients. Possible reasons for that could be to placate other clients more important to them, i.e. Nikon (which would certainly imply some sort of hip-joining) or simply because DxO is foolish. Is that what you're suggesting?
Indeed, maybe Canon don't spend enough money with DxO for DxO to put their name there There could be any number of reasons why Canon's logo isn't there, including commercial reasons. It is pointless to speculate as to why those that are listed are and others aren't as we're not privy to the decision making process.
What I want to draw attention to is where you effectively raise the specter of DxO being false on the web page, which is in completely in line with how you characterize their ratings, etc. There was no call for you to make that remark or even to suggest that and in that, it is you who is being false. Hide, if you like, behind the fact that you listed other options but the fact remains you went out of your way to allege that DxO was being false on their web site when you knew they weren't.