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The best sensor doesn't belong to Sony anymore
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Quote:I find the DXO overall score a bit misleading as it's highly biased towards base ISO.

This is what saves the D850 against the A7II.

A more interesting and arguably more accurate way of gauging sensor overall performance is to look at the various graphs (SNR, dynamic range, colors).

When looking at the graphs from the D850 and A7II, it appears the A7II is overall a superior sensor despite being 2 years older.

Besides base ISO, the A7II sensors offers superior performances in all categories.
 

Well there's no ideal rating system, maybe  it's not the best sensor but it surely is a decent competitor that should heat things up for Sony

 

Are there any links between towerjazz and MFT ? I read it's related to panasonic, would we see this new sensor  technology in upcoming MFT cameras ?
  


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The best sensor doesn't belong to Sony anymore - by toni-a - 10-10-2017, 12:32 PM

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