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Nikon D3x performance data now available on DxOMark - With a DxOMark Sensor score of 88 points, the Nikon D3x takes the lead among the 54 cameras currently evaluated on the site.

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DxOMark LogoPress Release:

DxO Labs announces today the addition of detailed RAW-based image quality data and DxOMark Sensor rankings for the Nikon D3x Digital Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) camera body on its popular DxOMark website.

According to DxO Labs, the Nikon D3x, the latest professional camera model in the “above 20 Megapixels” category, features high-end performance results across most dxomark.com image quality metrics. The D3x takes the lead on the DxOMark Sensor scale with a 6-point gain above all other camera bodies currently evaluated on the dxomark.com website.

With such performance, the Nikon D3x is the first camera which actually achieves more than 12-bit depth of effective image information and thus is able to take full advantage of its 14-bit Analog/Digital (A/D) converter. Complete image quality data is immediately accessible by visiting www.dxomark.com.

DxO Labs has expanded the DxOMark Q&A section in order to address more questions and comments from a rapidly-increasing audience.

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15 Jan 2009 - 6:03 PM

Comparing the D3 and D3x makes interesting reading - especially when it come to the low light ISO data. Confirms what Nikon are saying reference the 3x being aimed at the Studio market.

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