I made this comment in the review of the EOS 70d, but I think that is belong here.
WHy comparing sharpness and colors from two DSLR cameras without the same lens and without even telling which lens are used on the two camera.
Are we comparing a camera with a Noname plastic-neo-abera-chromatic 8-600mm f3.5-6.7 @f3.5 and the other with Super Zeiss Tacomar apo-chromatic 85mm f1.0 @f5 ?
This kind of comparison is somewhat irrelevant and doesn't tell us anything on the camera or the sensor and this comment apply to every comparison between two cameras with removable lenses.
put your mouse over the little [i] button on each thumbnail in the studio comparison and you'll see shooting information. We try to match lenses as closely as possible.
Simon Joinson, Editor-in-chief
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