I usually skip big tests of equipment I cannot afford, but I did look at this one. Most of it was irrelevant to me, but there was one section that I felt was fun, and fun can make it worth the time. Grab a piece of paper (5" x 7" was about right for me) and a pencil or pen. There is a portrait render test that starts at 29 min, 8 sec. point of video where he did his best to repeat each setting and pose between the three tested cameras. There are 12 sets of pictures. I look at it as a sort of "Rorschach test". The results say more about the "viewer" than the cameras, and in my case reflect my momentary state of mind more than my overall "artistic judgement". About half way through them I realized that I had messed up my numbering at some point and I started over. As I repeated the process I knew that I had changed my mind about some of the pictures, so my scores changed in that short of time. Moreover, I realized that while going through the pictures I tended to get bored with the characteristics (style) of my previous highest scoring pictures and decided let this change stand, because I like variety. So my judgement of the style of the renders by the end of the test conflicts with my judgment at the start. Anyway, as far as I'm concerned this part of the test was worth the time and effort. Have some fun with it. I will eventually post my scores later, but it will not matter. "Sony A9 vs Canon 1Dxii vs Nikon D5 | Flagship Epic Shootout Review | Which Camera to Buy", posted by "Michael The Maven" on Aug 20, 2017.