Separation of FF and APS-C Lenses

Started May 24, 2014 | Discussions thread
SirSeth Veteran Member • Posts: 9,946
Re: Separation of FF and APS-C Lenses

I don't believe we can read anything into how this change at B&H corresponds with Ricoh's plans.

Personally I believe that if Ricoh tries to compete in the FF arena that means they would shave off enthusiast DSLRs as Canon and Nikon have done so as not to compete with their new FF. At least they would price down and cut corners on the model following the K3 so as not to compete against themselves. They would probably also lack the resources to update the questionably flaky SDM motors and the crop sensor lens line would suffer future development. Is this really what you all want? Let Canon and Nikon have FF and Pentax can continue to make the most advanced, best featured, semi-professional enthusiast APS-C camera made.



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What if the hokey pokey really is what it's all about?

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