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P-MP stands for Perceptual Mega Pixels. It is effectively the number of effective MegaPixels you can achieve with a particular lens. P-MP are calculated through a number of different factors such as the sharpness of the lens and the size of the Sensor used. E.g. Full-Frame, ASP-C, Micro 4/3 etc... Tony Northrup explains this quite well in his video: Should ...
First thing that comes up in my mind is that later sensors have higher resolutions so reveal more imperfections of a specific lens. If dxomark translates it's technical and absolute score to a more understandable MP indication you could end up with these kind of discrepancies. That said I have no clue how dxomark gets MP scores.
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