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Dxomark is back with another camera-sensor evaluation, this time the object of their affection is the second generation Canon EOS-M camera, the EOS-M2. If the EOS M2 does not ring a lot of bells, it is perhaps because it was announced in Japan only. Or because you have tuned out Canon’s entry-level attempts at a mirrorless system
A double feature sensor evaluation at Dxomark, the NX1000 and NX1100 mirrorless cameras have been evaluated and their lab test results along with comparisons to other cameras are ready to go. As Dxomark’s decision to review them together foreshadows, based on the test results, they appear to be using very similar (if not the same) imaging sensors.
Zoom-zoom, the Panasonic FZ70 1/2.x” compact with RAW has picked up another review, it is of the pixel-peepiential variety, it got delivered its lab test results at Dxomark where it is compared to other superzooms of its time.
Dxomark is not taking off for the holidays! They are back with another camera sensor evaluation and this time the offer of their affection is the Sony Cybershot RX10, the one with the 1-inch sensor and a constant aperture glued-in zoom lens!
Dxomark strikes again, this time they focus their lab testing attention to the Nikon AW1 waterproof mirrorless camera, with the usual Dxomark data available for comparison and analysis.
The time has come for the Nikon Df to pick up its Dxomark lab test results where you can compare it to other DSLRs and cameras as long as they have been previously measured by Dxomark.
As of last check, all four Nikon Df kits were in-stock – check the Df stock status page for more.
The Panasonic GM1 review party continues with a pixel-peepiential twist, the camera has now been measured at Dxomark, where it gets compared to various other mirrorless cameras. Plus you can create your own comparisons as long as the cameras of interest had previously been measured by the Dxomark Labs.
The GM1 is steadily in-stock with its kit lens for $750.
The Sony a7 mirrorless full framer has now picked up its measureables report at Dxomark with their usual comparisons and of course, DIY comparisons to any other camera they have previously measured over there.
As of the time of writing, the a7 is in-stock. Check the a7 and a7r stock status page for the latest updates.
Dxomark strikes again, this time they share their findings on the Sony a3000 mirrorless faux-DSLR camera.
The time has come for the Pentax K-3 DSLR to face the Dxomark evaluation! We won’t spill the beans here, so be sure to check it out!
No rest for Dxomark, they are back with a new measurement, this time the object of their pixel-peepiential affection is the new-ish Sony NEX-5T mirrorless camera. Among other things, they compare it to the previous NEX-5R. Pretty soon Sony is going to run out of letters in the alphabet since newer models are further down the alphabet order.
The Nikon D5300 is the fourth camera in the Nikon D5xxx series and this new camera has now been measured and pixel-peeped at Dxomark. As usual, you can find their measurements and the quite telling comparison between the new D5300, the previous generation D5200 and the more entry-level D3200. I can see Prussia from my house!
As of the time of writing, the Nikon D5300 body only is in-stock for its starting price of $800 by various at Amazon.
As of the time of writing, the a7r is in pre-order state. Follow the action at the Stock Status site.
The Canon G16 is inseparable from its lens, but that does not stop Dxomark from putting the sensor+lens combination through the Dxomark Lens Testing routine. And they did. Here are their findings.
No rest for the Dxomark test labs, they are back again with another set of camera+sensor test results. They continue with their mini-theme of 1/1.x” Compacts with RAW. Today’s “victim/subject” is the Canon Powershot G16. The comparisons page has some interesting results, there is a noticeable difference between the G16 and the G15, but not so much between the G16 and other 2013 1/1.x” compacts with RAW from Canon and other manufacturers.
More compacts with RAW action at Dxomark, they are back now with their evaluation of the Canon Powershot S120, a 1/1.x” compact with RAW, which they compare to and *spoiler alert* the results lQQk similar. Mayhaps Canon picked up a Sony sensor for this one?
The Nikon D610 is quickly out of the gate with their Dxomark test results! Here is the Dxomark evaluation along with their D610 vs D600 comparison and comparison. Spoiler alert: the D600 has a very slightly better overall score. Those oils improved low light performance after all
Dxomark is back and it puts one of the latest 1/1.x” compacts with RAW in its labs, it is their evaluation of the Nikon Coolpix P7800. Dxomark compares it to the Panasonic LF1 and the Sony RX100 Mark II, but you can use their website to compare it to any other cameras they have measured so far.