Download Our Android Appthenewcamera-app
NEW CAMERA LINKS
NEWS News about new camera
Hot at New Camera Hot Picks by New Camera

Camera Rumors List of all latest Camera Rumors on Web.
Canon Rumors Latest Canon Rumors.
Nikon Rumors Latest Nikon Rumors.
Sony Rumors Latest Sony Rumors.

Sample Images Click here to see New Camera Sample Images.
Sample Video Click here to see New Camera Sample Video.
Firmware Update

Sony A7R III have Better Dynamic Range Than Panasonic S1R

Latest test report coming from Photons to Photos suggest that Sony A7R III camera have better dynamic range than of Panasonic S1R. While comparing the images of the two, reviewers found that Sony A7R III has an average of 1/2 stop advantage across the range compared to Panasonic S1R.

Check out Ongoing Featured and Lightning Deals at Amazon.com | Amazon.UK | B&H Store

Follow us on our social pages  FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM, Or subscribe us via Email or Push Notification You Can also Download our Android App

source

4 comments to Sony A7R III have Better Dynamic Range Than Panasonic S1R

  • Howard

    Are we quoting the same DxO Mark that found it’s own little OnePlus camera (used as an iPhone attachment) was a better sports camera than the Canon 1Dx or Nikon D4? …and found that its own little OnePlus was better for portrait photography than any of the Hasselblads? (hee, hee, hee)

  • Dennis

    Your headline and therefore your assumptions are in error. This chart shows the Panasonic S1R versus the A7III not A7RIII, 48mp versus 24mp. Of course the dynamic range is better. Comparing apples to oranges.

  • admin

    Thanks Dennis for the alert

  • Dimon

    DxO is consulting company whose business in “consulting” other companies how to get DxO scores right, only silly people would trust their “scores”. Look at that piece of joke called OnePlus topping their scores🤣

Leave a Reply

 

 

 

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>