Latest news and press reviews about DxOMark test results
Here you can find all of DxOMark's measurement publishing announcements, along with a selection of reviews, print and blog articles from the photo press and communities that talk about DxOMark or reference DxOMark results.
Announced at the same time as the Canon EOS 650D, will the Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM establish itself as the trans-standard lens of reference for APS-C reflex owners? Learn more in our preview.
Today Cannon announced its new amateur D-SLR with the Canon EOS-650D. Despite some nice new features, this new model is not a revolution in term of sensor with a 18 MPix APS-C sensor. Before we can test how good it performs, here are our first impressions in this preview.
The new lightweight smc Pentax-DA 40mm f/2.8 XS strives to be a versatile weapon in a photographer’s arsenal of lenses. But the dainty lens, weighing only 51 grams and measuring a slim 9mm in thickness, needs a little more beef – at least that’s what DxOMark determined after putting the lens’ optics through our rigorous tests.
We’ve put the Sony SLT-A57, a digital SLR with electronic viewfinder that incorporates a well-known 16Mpix CMOS ASP-C sensor, through its paces at DxOMark. What progress can we expect? How does it compare with its competitors, both reflex and hybrids? Here are our results.
Last year Nikon endowed the D5100 with a 16Mpix CMOS sensor and an articulated screen. This year Nikon has grafted a 24Mpix high-resolution APS-C sensor onto its D3100 amateur camera to create a new version, the D3200. What kind of image quality can we expect from this entry-level camera’s very high-resolution sensor? The answer can be found in our tests.