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nulldev

Grand Rapids, US
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nulldev Registered since 13th Apr 2003
Wed 04-Feb-04 06:21 PM

I've been thinking about getting the D70 which would be my first digital camera. I'm planning on getting the lenses that gets bundled with it. I'm just wondering if anybody thinks that the CCD on DSLR's are going to eventually be at the 35mm range for the average person to afford. If that happens, what will become of the current line of DX lenses? Will DX lenses work with larger CCD's correctly? I know they not recommended to use on a 35mm SLR. I just don't have to waste money on DX lenses if they are going to have a short life span.

I know that the answers will probably be all speculation.

Subject Author Message Date ID
Reply message RE: DX lenses life Bartman01
04th Feb 2004
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Reply message RE: DX lenses life jtzim
04th Feb 2004
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Reply message RE: DX lenses life bobj Silver Member Awarded for his multiple written contributions the the community Resources
04th Feb 2004
3
Reply message RE: DX lenses life nulldev
05th Feb 2004
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Reply message RE: DX lenses life Len Shepherd Gold Member
05th Feb 2004
5
Reply message RE: DX lenses life bobj Silver Member Awarded for his multiple written contributions the the community Resources
05th Feb 2004
6
Reply message RE: DX lenses life jborzak
05th Feb 2004
7

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