Will you jump to FX for 'affordable' D600?

Started Jul 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Flagpole Forum Member • Posts: 93
Yes, if its under $1800

Absolutely. The full-frame has a number of advantages for my wife and I since we shoot indoors a lot and in tight spaces. The three distinct advantages are:

1) 1- 1 1/2 advantage in ISO (taking d700 as a base here)
2) 1-fstop+ advantage in f-stop.
3) Full-frame with no crop-factor

All of those are real advantages when shooting in the studio, home and in tight-locations. If they can fit a reliable AF system to FX sensor and pack it into the body the size of d7000 it would be ideal for us

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