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These Are the Best Phones for Night Photos: DxOMark – Photography Article

DxOMark has announced an update to its smartphone camera quality testing methodology that adds two new scores for each phone: Night for dedicated low-light modes and Wide for ultra-wide lenses. The Wide score is in response to the ultra-wide camera modules being introduced in smartphones over the past few years, starting with the LG G5 in 2016. The Night score covers the rise of computational photography techniques that have brought special new low-light abilities to newer phones. To test the…

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Nikon’s 24-70mm f/2.8 Z-Mount Lens is ‘The New Benchmark’: DxOMark – Photography Article

We’ll start with the conclusion. DxOMark has dubbed Nikon’s NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S lens “the new benchmark for 24-70mm lenses.” The lens’ overall score of 36 makes it the best 24-70mm f/2.8 lens DxOMark has ever tested, and the 5th best zoom lens overall. Not too shabby. You can read the full review here, but suffice it to say the lens does well in almost every category. The areas where the lens struggles the most are distortion at the…

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DxOMark Made a Realistic Mannequin for Testing Selfie Cameras – Photography Article

DxOMark is known for its lab tests of camera quality that are widely used by brands in marketing. To standardize its selfie camera tests to ensure repeatability, DxOMark has created a custom realistic mannequin to serve as a selfie subject. Named Sienna, the mannequin was created by first 3D scanning a human model’s face and head with the assistance of a movie special effects studio. The 3D model was then turned into a mannequin. The mannequin was then fleshed out…

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