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04-13-2014, 09:08 AM   #46

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QuoteOriginally posted by Volvo244T Quote
I don't see the problem?
Perhaps you should experience it.

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This "full frame" (which to me means at least a Speed Graphic, not a 35mm 24x36 frame) vs APS-C argument rates right up there with another I lived through. 120 vs 35 mm. In my view, it's different strokes for different folks. If I were to want to create 4x6 foot prints, I would want more pixels, and better ones. Give me a Hassie or the new 645D. For me, 24x36 is an in between.

You, however, may prefer the 24x36 biggies - and that is perfectly up to you. I think the Df and my K10D with grip come out at about the same weight, and I like the feel and heft of the K10D.

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