Is DxO useful or even valid?

Started Oct 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
random78 Regular Member • Posts: 284
Yes they are useful but ignore the score

DxOMark publishes a lot of useful data about the sensors which can give a fairly good idea of real world performance. However the "scores" that they assign try to compress all that data into a single number. You should ignore the score and instead look at detailed graphs. In my experience DxoMark results relate farily well to the real world performance that I see.

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