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DxOMark Sony A9 Review Finally Clarifies Where The A9’s Sensor Ranks, & It’s Important
DxOMark has released their Sony A9 sensor review, and what this effectively does is remove any doubt that the A9…
Sony A7R II Crowned King Of DxOMark | Is The Tesla P85D Of Cameras
What must Canon and Nikon be thinking when Sony is clearly dominating on this level?
DXOMark Results Are In On New Nikon 1 V3, Finds More Of The Same
Nikon’s new highly touted 1 V3 has recently been tested by the guys over at DXOMark, and the results are rather disappointing. According to DXOMark’s lab test results, the new Nikon 1 V3 has no better performance than the previous models of the Nikon 1.
Nikon Df Outshines New Flagship D4s in High ISO Test on DxOMark
We, and almost everyone else, gives the Nikon Df a hard time. But today, I have some news that is both surprising and firmly in the “reasons to buy” column for the Df. According to DxOMarks latest testing (which we KNOW you guys love!), the new Nikon Flagship D4s is not the “King of low ISO,” that title belongs to the Df.
New Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 Aces DXOMark Tests, Beating out Canon L Zooms and Zeiss Primes
Sigma made waves when it announced the 18-35mm F1.8 zoom lens a few months back, they made waves again when they announced that the price was only going to be $799. Now this lens is impressing even more with the latest DXOMark results, which place this lens as the highest performing APS-C Zoom they have ever tested.
Tamron 24-70 2.8 Di VC USD takes Top Spot on DxOMark Rankings
It’s been a while since the release of the Tamron 24-70 2.8 Di VC USD, and a lot of the hype has died down. But the fact remains that the performance of this lens has professionals talking. I have heard basically nothing but good things about this lens, which makes the latest DxOMark rankings a unsurprising.
DXOMark Collects The Best Lenses For The Nikon D800
DXOMark is always a great source for camera and lens testing data. Recently, they have been collecting the best lenses for the Nikon D800, and categorizing them into wide, standard, and telephoto ranges.