Panasonic G5 and Sony NEX-F3 get their DxoMark scores

DxOMark published their test results for the Panasonic G5 and Sony NEX-F3 cameras and this is how they compare to other similar models:

  • Panasonic G5: 61
  • Panasonic GF5: 50
  • Olympus OM-D E-M5: 71
  • Sony NEX-F3: 73
  • Sony NEX-7: 81
  • Sony NEX-5N: 77
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  • ageha

    I was expecting more for the GF5…

    • NycPete

      at least its the smallest one of the bunch.

  • Rob

    Looks like Sony is producing vastly superior sensors these days. Olympus is at least in the same ballpark, but with a fraction of the market penetration.

    • Mark

      Sony also produces the sensors in the Olympus E-M5 and the new PEN’s. 4/3 is a little bit smaller than APS-C in the NEX. About market penetration; Olympus has about 30% marketshare and Sony has also around 30%. As a system m4/3 (Panasonic/Olympus) beats the NEX market penetration by far.
      Speaking about the mirrorless market of course.

      • Rob

        When considering market penetration, I’m considering all brands that use Sony sensors (Olympus, Nikon, etc.), not just camera brands selling their own bodies. Sony has a ton of inertia in sensors now, and will hopefully continue to innovate.

        • Mark

          Strange. Why not counting Epson for delivering electronic viewfinders? Or Sharp for some other part of the camera like the display? Your method makes no sense.

  • John

    Olympus OM-D-sensor is designed and made by Sony. That’s the reason why gap between Panasonic (using their own sensors) and Olympus is so big.

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