Yes it will, and I see it as well and may very well be easily compared because the database studio samples (http://www.dpreview.com
) with other cameras that not are SLT.
DXOmark SLT disadvantage precisely because it leads to a slight loss of light and measurement settings that the DXO are performed against a very tight although the differences are micro small but measurable laboratory.
Low-Light-ISO is actually somewhere in the 1950's až 2050. It can be deduced from the databases studio samples (http://www.dpreview.com
) in comparison to other cameras that Low-Light ISO-2000 were around.
Nikon D3X has a low-light-iso 1992 in stiodio but the results are compared to the 3200 and 6400 very much alike. The ISO 3200 seems to A99 x places better and D3X one in a watch or I would even say that the A99 has ISO a tad better.
Nikon wrote in 7100 that the ISO is very similar to the A99 but it is not true, A99 is hell somewhere else but in 7100 measured in 1256 Low-light-A99 and ISO 1550 but realistically it is somewhere around 2000, and why it's so very much to know in comparative study of still pictures at ISO 3200/6400 in the raw Nikon 7100 vs Sony A99 (large differences in favor of A99).
DXOmark SLT can not properly assess the reality is somewhere else then.