Even if they did, would people take it to heart? Any time Sony/Nikon announces new advancements in DR I've always taken it with a grain of salt because we have no idea whether their value is comparing apples to apples when talking about values reported by any other authority/company. I agree - it's all hearsay until there are some comparable tests out there.Has Canon ever reported dynamic range figures for stills cameras? I've always had to wait for reviews and for results to post on photonstophotos.net for that.
Yes, it was already leaked in February and mentioned multiple times later on, so it is safe to assume that it is a 20MP camera.Was there ever solid confirmation that the R6 was a 20mp body? Or, did someone claim it was and everyone ran with that?
No. It is more that most serious photographers realise that DR while important is going to be more than acceptable on any FF camera nowadays. 1/2 a stop here or there is not going to make or break your photoSo, uh, how's the DR and ISO performance? None of the posted specs besides resolution impact still image quality. Are photographers just forgotten when announcing cameras these days?
Think of bigger pixels, better low-light performance. The curse is also a blessing; just switch your focus point.