the techradar test:
i thought techradar is a DxO certified lab?
anyone cares to explain?
that does not explain how techradar and DXO come to different conclusions... given they both use the DXO testing method.
read again, they are a DXO certified lab.... so i guess they use not only the same software but also the same methodology.
I would love to see how they perform the tests in Techradar cause apparently if you'd give 5 monkeys 5 crayons and a paper they would definitely get less random results(and given enough time they would get them right:). for those who havent checked the graphs in the link, here are some exquisite findings:
- d700 & 5dII have the same snr @ 6400iso as @ 200iso
- you want the best DR out of a D700 or a 5DII jpeg? shoot @3200
- 5DIII jpegs has the same DR @ iso 50 & iso 25600
- 5DII raws have the same DR all the way from 100 to 6400iso
Its not the first time either, i seem to remember some olympus-related paranoid results some time ago that didnt had any relation with reality either