Dxomarks professionalism

Started Sep 19, 2012 | Discussions thread
szlevi Contributing Member • Posts: 932
Fully agreed (nt)

jtan163 wrote:

Detail Man wrote:

desmond2046 wrote:

They must have got a lot of funding from Sony / Nikon.

See this: http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1041&message=42101264

Since Olympus is tied up with Sony. I would expect that they will change their attitude towards Olympus soon.

I think the delay (after this long) is due to more than unexpectedly good or bad test results - and that it may be a matter of characterizing unusual RAW-level processing that Olympus stays silent on

Whatever Oly or any other company does to their raw files in camera doesn't really matter.
What image data comes out is what comes out.

You can't change what happens in the camera and all manufacturers proces their data before writing it. If Oly has a really good or really bad or just unusual process, well so what? The data is the data.
And that is what you have to base your test on. The data provided.

Then you publish the results - if the results are very strange you say - the results are very strange and we think this is because (or and we can not explain it).

Not doing anything breeds all this gossip/conspiracy theories, and does neither the sensor manufacturer or Dxomark any good.

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