Will a900 users go back to aps-c when the new cameras come?

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RubberDials Contributing Member • Posts: 754
Will a900 users go back to aps-c when the new cameras come?

This is something I've been thinking about a bit lately. The resolution of the a900 is way beyond the needs of most (if not all) non-pros. The camera has a big advantage in that it's relatively low-density sensor gives older and cheaper lenses an easy ride, but most people who have the a900 also seem to have plenty of high-end lenses, so how likely is it that these users will switch back to aps-c when a newer, more featured camera is announced - perhaps quite soon.

Before all you a900 users chime in with 'no way, I'm FF for good!' , think about it.

Aps-c offers a number of advantages over full frame. It's smaller, lighter, quieter and doesn't use the corners of your lenses.

What do people think?

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