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Old Jun 19, 2015, 1:53 PM   #1
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DXO one attachment for your iPhone

http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/DxO/ONE
http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/DxO/ONE-SuperRAW-Plus

No need for a separate dedicated camera for many people with this toy.
Just a tad on the overpriced side.

dxo reviews of the dxo one (might be a bit biased)
http://www.dxomark.com/Reviews/DxO-O...hind-the-Score
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Old Jun 19, 2015, 4:14 PM   #2
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DxO says that the DxO One scores better than the Sony RX100 III.

If you check the Measurements for the DxO One and the RX100 III, you'll see the SNR 18%, Dynamic Range, Tonal Range, and Color Sensitivity charts for the two cameras are almost identical. (They're certainly closer than any other two cameras I've ever seen there.)

This just goes to show how useful the DxOMark Measurements are, and how useless and biased their "Scores" are.
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Surprisingly I agree!
DxOMarks's results are peculiar at the best of times, and mostly outright useless.

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This just goes to show how useful the DxOMark Measurements are, and how useless and biased their "Scores" are.
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Surprisingly I agree!
DxOMarks's results are peculiar at the best of times, and mostly outright useless.
By "results", I presume you mean "Scores".

The Measurements are invaluable, if for no other reason than to contradict their "Scores".
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