Tag Archives: DXO

DxO OpticsPro 9 Free Till February 28th, 2017

DXO is offering an older version of there DXO OpticsPro9 software for free until February 28th, 2017. Many Sony cameras are supported up till the A7 and a6000, but the software won’t be updated so it’s for learning if you own a newer camera. Via DXO

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Sony FE 70-300mm F/4.5 5.6 G OSS DXO Mark Results

DXO published their results for the Sony FE 70-300mm F/4.5 5.6 G OSS and it did well against it’s rivals, but it’s not as sharp as the Sony FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS. “In terms of optical quality alone, the FE 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 G OSS is on par with the best of its rivals. It has […]

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John Clark’s Sony DXO List

Once again John Clark has compiled another useful list of Sony lenses to share with us. This time his list is of all the published DXO results sorted by score with the priority being the a7RII. The list can be a little cluttered to read, but it’s clearer than digging through DXO’s side if you’re […]

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DXOMark’s Best Lenses for The Sony a7RII

DXOMark went through some of their reviews to determine what the best lenses for the Sony a7RII are at the moment. Their pick for the best standard prime is the Sony FE Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 55mm f/1.8 ZA, best portrait lens Sony FE 85mm f/1.4 GM, and best land scape Carl Zeiss Batis 25mm f2. I would really like to […]

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Double DXO: The Sony a68 and RX10 III Scored

DXO scored the Sony SLT Alpha 68 and Sony Cybershot DSC-RX10 III favorably against their competitors. The Sony a68 has all the best features from the Sony a77 II with a lower price point, but lags at high ISO, while the Sony RX10 III outclasses its peers. You can read more details for the Sony a68 […]

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One Camera to Rule Them All

Sony has been producing dominant sensors for some time now so the results aren’t surprising, but the a6300 currently is the best APS-C sensor on the market by DXO’s measure, which can only be beat by the Nikon D7200 at base ISO. The only other sensor that might rival or beat it is the one […]

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