Why does the Fujifilm X-A5 perform so well in the ICT?

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ms visual New Member • Posts: 2
Why does the Fujifilm X-A5 perform so well in the ICT?

I've been playing with the Image Comparison Tool from DP and noticed that the Fujifilm X-A5 perorms kinda... good. Well better then it should.

I noticed especially on the drawing of the old guy, you can see here:

I hope that Link works, but essentially what I did is compare a bunch of Fuji's with each other at ISO1600. And well... The X-A5 seems to do so much better, which doesn't make sense to me since it should be the entry level camera. Right? So in theory the better Fuji's with the better Sensors should have a better image.

I then tried it with a few higher and DSLM's:

So I don't know about you guys, but to me, it looks like the X-A5 is outperforming the A7III and S1, which makes zero sense to me. Z7 looks better tho, which is also odd cause why does the Z7 look so much better then die A7III or S1?

When moving around it show's that it's not always the case, that on other motives like the grass it becomes apperant the X-A5 isn't better then the others, but it seems to hold up so well, like it's at least in the same league as Z7's and S1's... Which... it doesn't.

Am I crazy?

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