The DxOMark Score reports average lens-camera performances over the whole focal length and aperture ranges.
The DxOMark Score is reported using a gauge that shows the score itself as well as the range of scores over the focal range. WIth this gauge, photographers can view the homogeneity of the lenses image quality over their focal range.
The DxOMark Score is measured for defined exposure conditions corresponding to low-light scene with 150 lux illumination and an exposure time of 1/60s. These conditions were chosen as we believe low-light performances are very important for today’s photography and it is also important for photographers to know how well lenses perform at the widest aperture.
Read more about the DxOMark Score for lenses and how it is designed.