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Canon Rebel T6i and Rebel T6s DxOMark scores published (first Canon sensor to offer 12 stops DR)

Rebel T6s

DxOMark published their test results for the Canon Rebel T6i/EOS 750D and Rebel T6s/EOS 760D.

As you can see in the image above, the new 24MP sensor scores a bit better than the EOS 70D and EOS 7D Mark II, and, according to DxOMark, has more stop of dynamic range than any other Canon sensor.

About the Rebel T6s/EOS 760D DxOMark writes:

While it’s not our place to discuss why Canon should choose to introduce two models that vary mostly by their controls (although the 760D’s tracking AF capability in live view is likely a worthwhile feature), the sensor performance for the EOS 760D is intriguing. Canon has made significant advances over the previous generation sensor, particularly with regard to low ISO noise levels and improved dynamic range. While sensor performance is still behind the very best APS-C models, Canon appears to be taking up the challenge set by Sony, and while it’s still got some way to go, that has to be good news for the consumer.

About the Rebel T6i/EOS 750D DxOMark writes:

As an entry-level model the Canon EOS 750D (T6i) makes some compromises in layout and controls — for example, there’s no top plate LCD as found on the EOS 760D (T6s), but sensor performance is on par with the camera maker’s mid- and high-end models, the EOS 70D and the recently-introduced EOS 7D Mk II. While it’s true that the Canon sensors are behind the very best APS-C models in terms of low ISO performance (particularly noticeable when comparing dynamic range), the company is making some noteworthy advances.

Canon Rebel T6i/EOS 750D: Amazon USA, B&H Photo, Digitalrev, eBay, Adorama, Canon USA – Canon Rebel T6s/EOS 760D: Amazon USA, B&H Photo, Digitalrev, eBay, Adorama, Canon USA

  • Nope

    LOL let me sell my fantastic 7D2 and get a Rebel, so I gain a dxo point. Those guys are seriously funny…

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    • Christian Wilde

      You do realize, that these are only sensor and not “camera body including all functions and buttons” scores, right?

      • Moulyneau

        I think that’s exactly what he said. Humor and derision. Or do you say humour? BTW, I never check these data only to discover with amusement that the 7DII is rated good at portraits and quite poor at sports… mouhahahahaha!

        • Guest

          Fantastic. Hey, that is “science” 😉.

    • $25420194

      Nope doing that would be pretty stupid over a tiny fraction of a stop now wouldn’t it? Instead you can get a Nikon or a Sony camera and gain a much more significant 1-2 stops of usable high iso and dynamic range. See how easy that was? Dxomarks asumes you can actually think for yourself.

      • love nerds

        We are so blessed we can get your smart advice. You must be a very skilled artist and scientist, can we see your folio?

        • $25420194

          Amazing you created a profile just to come back here and continue to be rude, how very classy. And why exactly would I want to show you my portfolio? You’re obviously not a very nice person nor a potential customer so I’ll pass thank you very much. I’ll do what I should’ve done a few comments ago and I’ll just ignore you. Have a nice day.

  • Alessio Coccia

    No…….the 6d have 12.1 evs…..

  • $25420194

    People can say all they want at comparable specs, Canon lags behind seriously in terms of image quality. Dynamic range is important to a lot of people. I will not shed 3-4 K in camera bodies to be deceived with dated sensor technology… I might as well grab a used 5D mark III and save 1-2 K. Keep it up Canon and you’ll be eaten alive by the competition.

    • Guest

      Really? Does that inferior tech affect your art? Can you show us?

      • $25420194

        Art has been around much longer then photography nevermind digital photography. Although there are some, I don’t know many people that can spend 3K on a camera solely to produce art. These are professionnal tools and pros demand the best of the best… how else can you compete with dozens of amateur cameras out there snapping shots at the same events you photograph?! The point is in terms of low light performance which both includes low iso noise and shadow recovery (dynamic range) Canon lags behind. If I’m the first Canon consumer you hear of that demands better image quality you must be keeping your head under the sand. In the meantime I count a number of my friends and colleagues migrating to other brands. I only wish I could show you a validated statistic, a bit of research online would show you exactly what I’m talking about. Just ask around you’ll see Canon is actually losing consumers to their competitors for reasons which you, just the same as Canon, seem to underestimate.

        • Guest

          So, you have nothing to show. How surprising.

          • $25420194

            Why would I waste my time uploading noisy Canon images just to illustrate a point already clarified countless times online just look it up yourself. And by the way your argument about art is pathetic. No need to repeat myself you obviously didn’t bother reading since all you do is repeat myself. I love my Canon gear but I’m not stupid enough to deny it’s flaws. If you’re a blind Canon follower, to bad for you because newsflash they aren’t the best at everything.

          • love nerds

            Angry huh? Thank you for giving us a mild laugh.

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