When Sigma's 35mm/1.4 Art was tested, it was sensational. It seems that the praise for this new zoom lens is not quite at the same level? When will we see a test of it on Nikon's D800?
Again we see the arrogance of company which has reached a near monopoly status. Furthermore, cloud computing is really not ready yet. There have been to many serious problems, and many areas in the world do not have sufficient bandwidth for this use of the internet.
I would like to see the numbers of the voting. Both to see the number of voters and the differences between the top cameras.
Sharpness is important but far from the only parameter. How are those measurements done? Will there be M-Pix scores for both lens center and corners? And for different apertures? If it is only the center, or just the "best" aperture the data is not enough as a help in choice.
It also seems necessary to get some more information about the weighting procedures mentioned - and just how "the human vision" is being incorporated in the model.
This seems misleading, and I fully agree with Slanicka below. LX7 is a really great little camera (the best?), and you have yet to bring a full test of Nikon's P7700, which naturally belongs in any group including the G15.
I have just filled in the questionnaire. Interesting exercise. But since you - DPReview - didn't ask, I will bring a comment here. After several years I still appreciate my daily visits to your site. But I think there is too much now. Too many different things that are not strictly relevant. I liked it better when it was just news about cameras and lenses. However, the lens reviews are excellent!