D7100 gets DXO'd

Started Mar 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
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fotolopithecus Senior Member • Posts: 1,699
Re: Before someone claims the D5200's sensor is better

rhlpetrus wrote:

observe DxO says the difference is about 1/15th of a stop in overall performance, and their measurements have a 1/3 stop margin of error, by their own account. This means that, being actually the same sensor, if they get two other bodies of these cameras the scores will likely be reversed in values.

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