We are glad to let you know that Canon EOS M5 camera has now visited that DXO lab and test score is just awesome. The overall score of the camera when compared with the Canon EOS M3 showing major improvements.
You will be surprised to know that the test score of Canon EOS M5 is even better than the Canon EOS Canon 80D. Both camera features same sensor inside it.
When you compare the score of the Canon EOS M5 camera with Sony A6300 mirrorless camera then you will going to find the score of a A6300 score is still better than EOS M5.
Undoubtedly the Canon EOS M5 is one of the best mirrorless camera ever made by Canon. The newly announced Canon EOS M6 camera also features same sensor inside the Canon EOS M5 or Canon 80D camera.
DXO Mark tested out Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera and it topped the chart of test scores and become the #1 4/3 format camera ever tested at DXOLAB.
The lowlight performance of the E-M1 Mark II camer even crossed out the Sony made IMX269 sensor score that is being used inside in Panasonic GX8 camera. The Low light performance of the camera is as good as Nikon D500 camera and way better then Canon 80D is we believe the test scores of the LAB.
Olympus E-1 Mark II vs. Sony A6500
While comparing with Sony A6500 the scores of the E-M1 Mark II camera look bit inferior to the A6500 camera. But, still the test score of the E-M1 II looks very promising.
Olympus E-1 Mark II vs. Canon 7D Mark II
Olympus E-M ark II camera showing a big difference in test scores when compared with 7D Mark II camera. Despite of having a smaller sensor
While many Canon users complain DXO give biased results when they test a Canon camera, but Canon itself never issued a statement related to that. It’s also true that DXO Mark test results are used today by many comparison engines worldwide. Hence, they have a big impact on overall camera sales worldwide.
and a final look with Nikon D500
Olympus E-M1 mark II test scores are very close to Nikon D500 DSLR. It’s true that Olympus set’s up a new standard of 4/3 format sensor.
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I have seen and published more than hundred of test results of DXO Mark Lab, In general the DXO Mark Lab give low points to Canon camera during test due to lousy performance of the Canon sensors.
But today I was really surprised to see that Canon flasghsip camera 1DX Mark II scored better result compared to Nikon D5 in sensor test examination.
Despite of showing a 3.3 Million ISO range in the Specification sheet Nikon D5 failed to impress DXOMark Lab engineers with its performance and Canon 1DX Mark II with a low range  on specification sheet performed better compared to the Nikon D5.
We have created a pie chart to to give you a seance of knowledge about the difference between the test score and the specification sheet data.
take a look at the concision by DXOLab
This is a well-deserved result for Canon, and this versatile sensor should prove attractive to a wide range of photographers, including those that work in multiple disciplines. The wide dynamic range at low ISOs should appeal to all photographers, but especially those using it for landscapes, and the low noise at high ISOs will also appeal to action and sports photographers. Although the new model is aimed primarily at that market, the increase in pixel count over its predecessor now matches that of the earlier EOS-1Ds Mk III, a model that’s still highly regarded for editorial and commercial work. It is not too much of a stretch to view the new EOS-1D X Mk II as the natural successor to that camera, and its wide range of capabilities, including DCI 4K video, make it look highly tempting. Sure, it would have been great to see a higher pixel count, but overall, the sensor performance offers photographers the versatility to tackle a wide range of assignments with just one camera.
source – DXOLAB
DXO mark lab finally published the test result of recently announced Nikon D5 camera, during the test Nikon D5 scored 88 as a overall score and if you look at the low light is score of the camera its 2434 ISO, the Portrait color depth score of the camera is 25.1 bits and the landscape dynamics range score of Nikon D5 is 12. 3 EVS.
If we compare the score of Nikon D5 with the Canon 1dx (Canon 1DX Mark II predecessor) camera the overall low light is core of the 1 DX camera was 2766 ISO. Surprisingly the old Canon 1dx camera is better for shooting in low-light compositions compared to the recently announced Nikon D5 which feature 3.2 million TOP ISO range.
We Can say that the ISO range of Nikon D5 camera is just works on a specification sheet not on practical test?
Latest score of Nikon D750, Nikon D810 and Nikon DF is better than the recently announced Nikon D5 camera we are very surprised to see Nikon has taken a step backwards in terms of low light performance and its flagship camera.
Most importantly the low-light is score of Nikon D4S as well as Nikon d3s is better than Nikon D5.
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The Sony RX1R II DXO Mark Test score surfaced over the web and finally once again we have got a new king if compact camera today, the overall test score of the camera reached a bench mark of 97 which is 6 points more than the test score of Sony RX1R camera.
The Sony RX1R II camera low-noise score is far better than RX1, the camera low light score uplifted from 2534 to 3204, that a clear gain of 670 points.
The Sony RX1R II is the best compact camera for professional shooters those who have a habit of using fullframe system camera, how ever the cost of the camera is bit high and that isolates camera from regular shooters.
Now take a look at what DXO Mark said about the RX1R II camera
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Here is a quote from DxOMark:
The new RX1R II achieved an excellent DxOMark score of 97 points, with individual scores of 25.8 bits for color sensitivity, a wide 13.9 EVs dynamic range at base ISO (albeit slightly lower at base than the best tested), and a very good low-light ISO score of 3204 ISO. In terms of rankings, only the Pentax 645Z with its physically larger 43.8 x 32.8mm CMOS sensor (nearly 1.7x the surface area of a full-frame 35mm sensor) is ahead by just over a half-stop in noise levels.
Olympus E-M10 II score surfaced over DXOMark Lab, the overall score of the camera matches with Panasonic GX8, however the Sony A6000 sensor is big, hybrid and the score is still better.
With the addition of the vaunted 5-axis stabilization (albeit a modified version), an improved high-res viewfinder and some worthwhile tweaks to the handling, including the useful AF targeting pad, the E-M10 II no longer feels like a entry-level model. Combined with an accessible price and a sensor performance that’s similar to the mid-range E-M5 II which in turn is close to the very best 4/3 format sensors there’s little doubt the E-M10 II is an attractive option and solid choice.
source – DXO
Today Canon 7D Test score published at DxOMark Lab, the Overall scored given by DxoMark Lab to Canon 7D Mark II is 70 only and the biggest issue is the score of the recently announced 7D Mark II camera is behind a year old small sensor based MFT (Micro Four Third) camera such as Olympus OMD E-M1.
The Canon 7D Mark II have completely new sensor that features 2nd generation of Dual pixel CMOS AF technology and low light capability upto 51200 (Canon 7D was limited to 12800 only), But the DxO Mark says ‘incremental performance increase.’
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source – DXOMarkLab