DxOMark Score for Olympus OM-D E-M5 Revealed

September 25, 2012

DxOMark updated its site with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 sensor scores. Olympus E-M5 got an overall score of 71, Portrait 22.7 bits, Landscape 12.3 Evs and Sports 826 ISO.  According to dxomark.com, Olympus OM-D E-M5 achieved a 12.3EV in the Dynamic Range, which is 36th in the DxOMark database and the highest score achieved by a Micro Four Thirds sensor. The E-M5 also achieved a high score in the low-light category which put it in 40th place.

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These results stand side by side with the overall sensor performance that we’ve read about in many online E-M5 camera reviews. You can click the ‘Comparisons’ link ahd you can see that the Olympus OM-D E-M5 was able to outperform the Panasonic GX1 and the G3 by nice margin for both dynamic range, color depth and low light ISO.

Splash proof, Olympus OM-D E-M5 with water drops

Weather-sealed body, Olympus E-M5

To in general, DxO Mark sayed in its conclusion that the E-M5 sensor scores very close to Sony NEX APS-C sensors, and sports the best performance among all 4:3 sensor.

Some people are debating about the credibility of those type of tests. I personally take them as another value and put it into the overall equation, but I won’t based my buying decision based on the DxOMark score.

source: dxomark.com

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