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Old Jun 4, 2007, 9:07 PM   #1
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Old Jun 5, 2007, 3:11 PM   #2
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Hmm, very interesting.

Nikon of course have to wait on Sony for the sensor. But a 1.1x multiplier? As near to FF as makes no difference.

I must admit I do have a hankering for a couple of those new Zeiss lenses F-mount lenses.

I really must investigate an adapter that would allow me to put them on my 5D.
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But a 1.1x multiplier? As near to FF as makes no difference.
-> It makes a lot of difference if you allow for in-body IS...

Wouldn't a FF sensor moves out of position of a full-frame lens projection if the sensor has to shift outside the FOV of the lens? Whereas a slighly smaller sensor displacement is constrained to the size of the FF mirror box (That bare prism on top of the camera looks pretty big to me):
http://news.sel.sony.com/en/image_li..._cameras/pslr/
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Always good to have new cameras coming out as it encourages others to build bigger and better.

Do you think Nikon would go for CCD shift IS? I would think it is only Sony who will use that on their models and Sony will have the CCD and stick with IS in the lenses (they need to keep making money somewhere).
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