Sony A77 Gets DxOMarked

September 26, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital SLR Cameras | 2 Comments |
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DxO Labs have released their detailed findings on the Sony A77’s 24-megapixel sensor. The overall DxOMark Sensor Score is 78, which is significantly higher than the Canon EOS 7D’s 66 points, and only marginally lower than the Nikon D7000’s 80. The company puts the sensor’s raw dynamic range at 13.2EV (at base sensitivity). The Sony A77’s Low-Light ISO score is 801, which is comparable to the A55’s 818, but lower than the D7000’s 1167.

Website: DxOMark



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#1 ganar dinero

I am very impressed with the 16-50mm on a77. Especially wide angle f2.8 corner sharpness is incredible. This is the first Sony zoom which has me question keeping legacy Mino primes. They got it really right with this one.

10:45 pm - Monday, September 26, 2011

#2 MrJazzMan

Ah the NIKON D7000 is soooooooooo huge !

11:56 am - Wednesday, September 28, 2011