One may think what one wants of Tony Northrup, but with his current video he triggers a highly interesting discussion about Color Science and the associated brand affiliation. To this end, he gave fundamental thought to the structure of an online study and then had 1,500 of his users' images and their colors evaluated in a blind test.
His results are interesting on several levels. The headline is certainly that Sony comes out of the survey with the best color science in this survey. But the study design brings even more interesting results to light. For example, which antipathies are particularly pronounced between users of different brands.
At the same time, Tony Northrup tries to show with his data that Color Science and its assessment is extremely subjective and that the discussion about it can be classified as esoteric. He proves this among other things by the fact that a single standardized white balance of the test images of different manufacturers completely took the significance out of the color differences in the survey.
In short: With this video Tony Northrup really makes a fundamental contribution to the discussion about the best color science. And even though the video might only be half as long, it remains absolutely worth seeing due to its content...