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Jorginho
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« on: January 13, 2014, 07:30:49 PM »

This a comment for this page on the website
I compared the soce of the EPM2, the Sony NEX 5T and the EOS M2. In contrast with your writing, the Sony 5T and the EPM2 are so close they are nearly identical. At base ISO the 5T is somewhat better, but the rest...The EOS-M2 is not bad at all, but if it is not close to the 5T likeyour articel suggests than the same is true for the EPM2. However you conclude there is a difference but it is a small one. Do you look at your own graphs?
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« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2014, 11:10:38 AM »

Hello,

   
Thanks for your comment.
About the comparison with the EPM2, our review says : “the Olympus E-PM2 adopts a different sensor altogether and outperforms both the GM-1 and EOS M2, albeit only marginally.”
The EPM2 scores slightly higher than the EOS M2, difference of score is not higher than ½ stop. Please keep in mind that the EPM2 sensor is significantly smaller.
NEX 5T and EPM2 are not identical at all, which elements give you that feeling ?

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The DxOMark team
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