After the Nikon D850 became the highest rated camera on DxOMark with a score of 100, the sensor testing and software company promised to start reviewing medium format cameras again very soon. Today, they fulfilled that promise and unseated the former-champion Nikon D850 all in one fell swoop.

The new DxOMark champion is the mirrorless medium-format Hasselblad X1D-50c, which came "crashing through the 100-point barrier" with an overall sensor score of 102.

"The X1D-50c excels in all three of our measurement categories, achieving either the top-ranked or a podium position result in each," explains DxOMark. In fact, the camera received the highest Low-Light ISO score DxO has ever doled out, and it ties for 1st place with the Nikon D850 in the Color Depth category.

You can read the full review and dive into the results on the DxOMark website, but here's a snippet from the Conclusion for you TL;DR types:

Image quality on the Hasselblad X1D-50c is outstanding, crashing through the 100-point barrier to become the highest-scoring commercially-available sensor we’ve tested. At 102 points overall, it also achieves either the best, or very close to the best results for both color depth and dynamic range. Combine that with its 50Mp resolution and mirrorless design, all packaged at a more realistic price tag, the X1D-50c starts to look like a tantalizing prospect.