Why is D90 betten then D300s at DxOMark Sensor test?

Started Jan 4, 2010 | Discussions thread
krikman
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Re: Why is D90 betten then D300s at DxOMark Sensor test?
In reply to sorenbothdk, Jan 4, 2010

Because D90 have some 'tweaks' to punch the color values from sensor of D90.

It costs more saturation and more color errors. That not acceptable for 'pro' D300-D300s.

Another is more smooth and less acute picture due to weaker moire filter before the sensor, i.e. less resolution and less microcontrast in D90. That masks much of noise in sensor tests.

Just look at non linear curves on DXOmark for D90

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