Now we see through a glass, darkly...
- Apr 5, 2016
Do you always shoot at ISO 100? Or do you actually take photos in the real world where lighting constraints and subject motion make that a pie-in-the-sky-in-the-sweet-by-and-by fantasy?dunno where you seeing those figures as last time i checked, some sony APSC cameras beat every single canon full frame on dynamic range. Even the old nikon 7200 beats full frame canons on dynamic range. Also regarding ISO, youre wrong. 7 out of the top8 full frame ISO performers are sony, and 4 out of the top8 have over 40MP, (and one of them is a sony). the one that isnt a sony is the S1R, which is also like 47MP.
That whole "less MP is better for HIGH iso" is mainly a myth based on how cameras VIDEO performance used to line skip on higher MP sensors (like the A7R2/A7II line skips , while the A7S2 and A7III read the whole sensor)
the 2 best performing Canons on DR are the 5div and R with around 13.6 DR, most sonys have 14.5-14.8 stops DR.
Look at the comparative DR and S/N ratio numbers for the latest Canon FF sensors compared to the latest Sony sensors at ISO 400, ISO 3200, or beyond. You might be embarrassed by what you see.