Website comparing cameras from identical pictures


anglim

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I have been searching around for some institutions that do identical pictures comparison among cameras. Finally I bang onto Dkamera. A little tough because it ain't in English, hence I have no clue of what the many other assessments are saying. But still really a good comparison not just among different cameras but also at different ISO settings and recording formats:

http://www.dkamera.de/testbericht/ca...qualitaet.html

Any comments if they are really objective enough?
 

Rashkae

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DPreview does that as well. In fact, any half-decent review site does that.
 

engrmariano

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i like imaging-resource. can even d/l the original file.:thumbsup:
 

anglim

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Sorry I have selected F200EXR as reference to get into the comparison. You can change it as desired.

http://www.dkamera.de/testbericht/fujifilm-finepix-f200exr/bildqualitaet.html

Seems to me they are very objective without avoiding glaring weaknesses of any brands or models. Hopefully, the big brands and their supporters will not throw stone. Anyway, the models tested are rather limited.
 

anglim

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Yes DPreview does have similar objective test shots. But don't you feel they are quite shy in putting together in one review identical shots or crops involving 2 different cameras? At best only explicit comments are made.

At DPreview I often have to copy out the picture and do my own cropping to compare (where I may further lost the details). This site gives the good liberty of choosing the shots from different cameras tho' the models are limited.

DPreview does that as well. In fact, any half-decent review site does that.
 

ExplorerZ

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Yes DPreview does have similar objective test shots. But don't you feel they are quite shy in putting together in one review identical shots or crops involving 2 different cameras? At best only explicit comments are made.

At DPreview I often have to copy out the picture and do my own cropping to compare (where I may further lost the details). This site gives the good liberty of choosing the shots from different cameras tho' the models are limited.
if the image outputs is so similar till the case where you need to put them side by side to see the difference, i guess it doesn't worth to compare.
although the comparison in dpreview is kinda limited, but they are good in a way that they compare it to the nearest direct competitors which most people are more interested in.
 

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