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Tuesday, September 14, 2004
BenQ DC C-50

8. Tests - Page 3

Head to head...

Head to head comparisson

Below you can find a studio comparison between the BenQ DC C50 and the Olympus C-5060 WZ at ISO 400. The lens was zoomed to the middle of the range while both cameras were in Aperture priority mode and F5.6. Distanse from the subject was 115cm (+/- 1%). Both cameras were mounted on a tripod and the shutter was released by the in-camera timer.

High ISO performance

  • BenQ DC C-50: Aperture Priority mode F5.6, ISO 400, Fine Quality, Manual White Balance, Default Image parameters +0.7EV Compensation
  • Olumpus C-5060 WZ: Aperture Priority mode F5.6, ISO 400, Super Fine Quality, Manual White Balance, Default Image parameters +0.7EV Compensation
  • Lighting: 2x500W Tungsten 3200K studio lamps with diffusion umbrellas
BenQ DC C-50
Olumpus C-5060 WZ
ISO 400, F5.6, 1/100 sec
ISO 400, F5.6, 1/125sec
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At ISO 400, the Olympus C-5060 remains sharper and clearly captures more detail than the C-50. Colour Saturation drops noticeably for both cameras, while the colour accuracy gap is narrowed. The image quality rendered by the C-50 is colour dependant and though you could say it surpasses the C-5060 in some areas, you can't ignore a slight blue colour cast. Almost all of the noise produced by C-50's sensor is in the blue channel. The C-5060 continues to produce noisy images, but with a ?grainy? feel very different than the average ?colour-noisy? compact, like the C50. Overall, ISO 400 performance for both cameras isn't disappointing compared to the competition from other brands.




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