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Old Nov 5, 2003, 9:28 AM   #1
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Default Nikon to stick to DX sized sensor in the future


I guess the post I wrote complaining about the head of Nikon Imaging in Japan was deleted. Well, it's too late now and I don't think I'll be purchasing a DX lens unless they get really unexpensive. I still need to be able to exchange my lenses between my D100 and F100, so the DX lenses are out of the question for now. But a 17-35 AF-S might not be
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Old Nov 5, 2003, 3:29 PM   #2
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It says generally what I expected. Nikon won't push the boundries to try to rush to get to full-frame (sacrificing price.) Nikon doesn't rush to much (if anything) IMHO.

They will do full frame eventually. But eventually could be years (I'd guess 2 or 3.. no inside info, just gut.)

I fully agree on the price of DX lenses. What a crock. The quality could be there (haven't read any reviews) but the price is silly.

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