Knowing that the Canon 1Dx is a great camera with great features and that is is a hefty competitor for Nikon's flagship camera, the D4, I had been waiting for the DxOMark sensor with great anticipation. Now the results are in, I have to say I am a bit disappointed.
While the 1Dx gets the highest score of all Canon DSLR bodies, its sensor quality is no match for the newer Nikon bodies. In fact, the 1Dx “only” gets 82 points, the same score as the Nikon D3s available in 2009.
Of course, sensor quality is not all there is to a camera. For instance, the right set of features and ease of handling play a huge role too. Furthermore, the test results for the Canon 1Dx do
show it is a superb camera with a great sensor (some available cameras just have a slightly better sensor).
Here are some interesting comparisons (click for larger view):
|1Dx versus Canon 1Ds and 1D mkIV|
|1Dx versus Canon 5D mkIII|
|1Dx versus Nikon D3s and D4|
Please visit the DxOMark
site to read their full review
or perform your own comparisons
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