Wed 06-Jun-12 01:43 PM | edited Wed 06-Jun-12 01:44 PM by Bob Chadwick
>But an entry priced FX at say, the D300 >price point or lower, will swallow up all of those consumers >who "know" that FX is the answer, because it's >"full frame."
And their pictures, for the most part, will probably suffer. Most of the sideline shooters that I see at games don't post process. What will happen is that in addition to all the problems that didn't get fixed by going full frame, they will lose the crop factor and their sujects will be smaller.
If I had to choose, and I have, I would purchase a high level DX camera over an entry level FX camera every time. Most of my sports shooting is at night. I don't want to put TC's on the mostly pro-level glass that I have and lose the speed that that comes with those lenses to get the same reach that I already have with a DX body.