« on: September 10, 2012, 12:12:20 PM »
If it costs 1.000 i think you are better off buying a TS-E 24mm f/3.5L version I in the used market for 800-900 bucks.
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i don´t think they have made it easyer for average joe.
to fully understand the score you have to know what they are testing.
because DXO is based on resized images and noise threshold.
it´s a normalized test.
but then why buy a 36 MP camera if you normalize to a lower resolution?
because you can resample an image?
well yes you can resample to 8MP.... but that is not why i would buy a 36MP camera.
the DXO score is only a true representation if you resample/normalize the RAW image.
don´t get me wrong i think the DXO test IS usefull in some way.. just not in the way most interpret it.QuoteNumbers don't lie
lol.. you are not that naive are you?
statistics lie all day.. it´s a matter how you test.
do you really think the D4 is only marginal better in low light? than i feel truly sorry for you.
but trust me not one experienced photographer, nikon or not, will be fooled by the numbers.
beside that... it´s a SONY sensor.
so if you want to praise a company.. praise the right one.
Are we there yet?
Would the existing 7D users sell off your current 7D's after you buy the 5D3, if the AF of 5D3 can match the 7D?
I wouldn't be at all surprised if Canon took their model names off in an altogether different direction - possibly dropping the 'D' part altogether.
So the new camera would be an EOS 3? Why does that name seem familiar??