DxOMark has expanded their website to include lenses in addition to camera bodies. They’ve tested a good number of lenses from quite a few manufacturers, with each lenses tested on a large number of camera bodies. You can then compare how certain camera and lens combinations perform against one another.
DxOMark Adds Lens Tests and Rankings
- Published on June 24, 2010 by Michael Zhang
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