nikon full frame sensor SRL

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Darrell, Feb 15, 2005.

  1. Darrell

    Darrell Guest

    Nikon's imaging president is on record as saying that they could create a
    full frame, high end DSLR, but haven't because they didn't think there would
    be much of a market for a US$10k product.

    As many of the new lenses are DX lens the answer should be clear enough.
     
    Darrell, Feb 15, 2005
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  2. Darrell

    Darrell Guest

    It's a matter of supply and demand, Supply is LOW which is why it takes
    months to get one. I don't recall the last time somebody even asked for a
    1DSmk.IIm I sold a 1Dmk.II on Friday, first one in months compared to more
    popular 20D and Drebels. If I compared dSLR sales to P&S it would seem like
    few were buying dSLR cameras.
     
    Darrell, Feb 16, 2005
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  3. Darrell

    Darrell Guest

    Have you actually seen how good the D2H images are? It's not always pixel
    counts.
     
    Darrell, Feb 16, 2005
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  4. about you,
    will Nikon introduce a full frame (24x36mm) sensor digital SRL ???
    if yes or no, why ???

    rgds
    Massimo
     
    massimo lanzoni, Feb 16, 2005
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  5. Darrell

    gsum Guest

    The reason why the D2X is not full frame is one of life's great
    mysteries and will probably cost Nikon dear. Many people, like me,
    seem to be buying the full frame Kodak SLR/n which, thanks to the
    completely unfounded bad press, is being discounted.

    Graham
     
    gsum, Feb 16, 2005
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  6. Darrell

    Owamanga Guest

    Yes, unless you are happy with some extremely serious vignetting.
     
    Owamanga, Feb 16, 2005
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  7. Darrell

    Fullator Guest

    A remarkable statement, to say the least. Demand for the Canon EOS 1Ds
    MarkII is so high, they are near impossible to get. Here in Belgium a
    waiting list of several months is not uncommon. With some luck, I'll
    have mine next month.

    So far for 'not much of a market....'

    Fullator
     
    Fullator, Feb 16, 2005
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