Monday, August 22, 2011

Sensorgen Gives QE, Full Well and Read Noise for Many Cameras

Sensorgen.info maintains a table summarizing QE, full well and read noise for many consumer and professional cameras. It's somewhat similar to It uses the data from DxOMark, and calculates just the above three parameters across a large set of cameras by Sony, Canon, Olympus, Samsung, Pentax, Nikon and many others.

Thanks to NE for sending me the link!

6 comments:

  1. sensorgen calculates the data from dxomark charts

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  2. According to the table my Nikon d3100 has 0 e- noise?!?

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  3. How valid is all the noise data (and surrounding statistical assumptions) after all the non-linear color science and noise filtering?

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  4. The measurements on the DxOMark are from the raw data before any color conversions or other manipulation. The values calculated fromt his data on the sensorgen site seem believable - I haven't had a look at the actual method used for the calculations, but the my own measurements (and those of several other people) agree with the data to a reasonable accuracy.

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  5. @ "According to the table my Nikon d3100 has 0 e- noise?!?"

    If you click on the camera name, there is detailed data for different ISO. Just one data point is 0. It seems the correct number is 3.1e-.

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