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Subject: Re: Nikon D850 is Camera of the Year in Japan
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2017 07:44:33 -0500
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>    "The Nikon D850 is a full-frame DSLR camera with a first-ever
>     back-illuminated image sensor for vast image quality improvement.
>     The sensor was the first to achieve 100 points on DXO."

dxo numbers are meaningless and 100 is not perfect. the scores can (and
do) go higher). 

the iphone x achieved a 101, as did the pentax and hasselblad medium
format cameras, and you can be certain that they don't produce the same
image quailty. the red helium scored 108.

they also rated the nikon d850 with 14.8 stops of dynamic range, a
mathematical impossibility.

dxo is best ignored.