Missed by many, I am sure (DXOMARK probably launched this deliberately to be hidden by the other Canon news): "Please Note: A previous version of this review, published June 19, 2020, contained erroneous test data that affected the scoring. This new version of the review contains the correct data and scores. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused Canon and our readers."
They have not issued a new report, just changed some words and the numbers...
I guess even the Wizard of Oz pulls the wrong lever every once in a while.
Whatever, DXOMARK is the height of comparing specs on paper while totally ignoring real world performance. It's nice to look at, but I wouldn't put a ton of weight into it. It's a small part of the larger picture of how a camera actually performs.
I am not an expert in how to interpret DxO scores. Does anyone know why the 1DX3 would score less than the 1DX2 (83 vs 88)? And even lower than the a9ii (93) and a7RIV (99)? I don't see how this makes sense.
Well at least they did it quicker and more publicly this time. Though I don't believe a word they say about the excuse.