ErikvdH: I still have to force myself to look at the new test scene. The old one just looked much better and I really miss my favorite object, the watch. Is it not possible to replace some doubles (brushes with paint tubes and playing cards with the color wheel with some real life items, like the watch and the robot? Items like this tell me so much more than the portrait photos. The need to have these items double escapes me. And I miss a shadow detail item like the old box with yarn bobbins. I also think it should be possible to zoom in further in the detail windows. Now it is in some comparisons impossible to see difference in resolution, for instance the banknote and brushes. In the end I will get used to the new test scene, but there is (my opinion) room for improvement.Your site is the best!
I miss the shadow detail part and the watch. Generally I hardly see a serious difference between similar cameras on the new test scene. The old one was much more obvious. IMHO, it is a step down!The site is the best!
Donald Duck: If you wonder what the face of the queen on that bill really looks like - go to the comparison tool and compare with the NEX-7 or any other camera with a Bayer sensors. You will be amazed how fake the X-Trans image looks like.
Non-existing black spots, non-existing diagonal lines on the face, etc.
Yes! You are so right!!! No diagonal lines at all!!!! WOW! I was really thinking to buy that thing. But now I don't think so!
I was surprised to realize that this is a kit lens image. The corner to corner sharpness is very good. All the details are present. Per pixel resolution is quite outstanding! Very impressive!!
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