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Re: Tamron 150-600mm gets DxOmarked!


johnctharp wrote:
cameron12x wrote:
johnctharp wrote:
I can see their reasoning behind reviewing the lens on the 7D, but the 70D pushes their resolution score to 8MP- that's a 33% boost.


Help me understand. Going from 18mp to 20mp is only a pixel density increase of ~11%.


Five years worth of advancements in sensor design, AA filter design, and processing of sensor output? It's not the number on the box, it's the quality of the files .


Agreed. So, that 8mp number came from an actual 70D DxOmark test result?

And by the way, the JPEG engine output from the 70D is subjectively FAR superior to what I experienced with the 7D.



Feb 18, 2014 at 12:28 AM
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Re: Tamron 150-600mm gets DxOmarked!


johnctharp wrote:
cameron12x wrote:
johnctharp wrote:
I can see their reasoning behind reviewing the lens on the 7D, but the 70D pushes their resolution score to 8MP- that's a 33% boost.


Help me understand. Going from 18mp to 20mp is only a pixel density increase of ~11%.


Five years worth of advancements in sensor design, AA filter design, and processing of sensor output? It's not the number on the box, it's the quality of the files .


Agreed. So, that 8mp number came from an actual 70D DxOmark test result?

Any by the way, the JPEG engine output from the 70D is subjectively FAR superior to what I experienced with the 7D.



Feb 18, 2014 at 12:27 AM
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Re: Tamron 150-600mm gets DxOmarked!


johnctharp wrote:
cameron12x wrote:
johnctharp wrote:
I can see their reasoning behind reviewing the lens on the 7D, but the 70D pushes their resolution score to 8MP- that's a 33% boost.


Help me understand. Going from 18mp to 20mp is only a pixel density increase of ~11%.


Five years worth of advancements in sensor design, AA filter design, and processing of sensor output? It's not the number on the box, it's the quality of the files .


Gotcha. So, that 8mp number came from an actual 70D DxOmark test result?

Any by the way, the JPEG engine output from the 70D is subjectively FAR superior to what I experienced with the 7D.



Feb 18, 2014 at 12:26 AM



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