According to these scores 5DIII is not even better than D3/D700 (except for color depth)Btw I don't understand why DxO is being flamed here?? Why would they rate 5DIII any lower than it really is?Canon clearly failed this round.
Sorry dude, not fake : http://www.dxomark.com/index.php/Cameras/Camera-Sensor-Database/Canon/EOS-5D-Mark-IIIBetter ISO score was kinda expected (way higher actually) but I'm very very dissapointed with ALL the scores and ofcourse the overall score...And they dare to ask $500 more than D800 for this crap with no improvements over the 5DII.Now lets see how bad 1DX will suck compared to D4, lol even to D3s...GJ Canon, thanks for stealing our money!ps: Don't flame me for whining, open your eyes and see that Canon is the one to blame here!
Someone on here said it best, "When all this hype has died down in two years 90% of pros will be shooting with the 5D3 over the D800, just like the 5D2 over and D700 and all Canon over Nikons"
I can't help but chime in. I don't have both cameras so I can't really do any test. The only side by side comparison I've seen is high ISO jpg/RAW and I don't understand how the D800 makes it that much better in that area. I'm not calling bias on DxO's part either.I just don't understand it. Is it an error in their procedure? Or does the down sampling affect the numbers? Or is a small pixel's noise less noticeable to the test? I would like an explanation on this.
Quote from: marekjoz on April 19, 2012, 10:05:54 AMSo DXO is the forbidden term now? Should we spell it D..O? First K..n Ro..ell and now D..O.haha, no you can still talk about them. I just want people to know I don't support this type of marketing by DXO.I realize some may disagree with me on this topic, just trying to "keep it real".
So DXO is the forbidden term now? Should we spell it D..O? First K..n Ro..ell and now D..O.