Biais or not biais, a shakespearian question ...............

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Biais or not biais, a shakespearian question ...............

I must say that comparing the structure, the depth analysis, the format, the data input, the length; the quality of the documentation, I am really shocked by the difference in seriousness between XH1 and Sony A7 III reviews posted by DPR

Given the amount of work for the Sony and the superficiality for the Fuji, it is obvious for me that DPR reviewers are hugely biaised towards Sony, at least as we can judge by the number of pages devoted to Sony and to Fuji, yes the balance goes to Sony
In this class of gear we would expect similar formats in reviews

The section where each reviewer gives its opinion is refreshing and welcome, but why only here

The format what we like or not like by function again is an excellen,t add on, but again why only here

Make sure you get my point : I am not at all arguing opinions, just noticing a huge inagality inequity in seriousness of the 2 reviews

The Sony review is a welcome come back to seriousness and in depth data, a format that was abandonned a long time ago, a format that was at the origin of DPR reviews success

The Fuji XH1 review belongs to the media blabla family, too superficial to really inform the reader on this high end product

Sad, isn't it ? (Tex Avery)

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