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carellic

Modena, IT
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carellic Basic Member
Thu 03-Nov-05 01:32 PM

Hoping not to arise an already answered question (I did not find it in my search), but, reading hundreds of reviews, I grew to believe that the relatively slow flash sync of -e.g.- the D2X and many C@non DSLRs had to be referred to the use of a CMOS sensor instead of a CCD like the D50/D70, both of which sport a nice 1/500.
Now, I am among the ones who have already ordered the D200, but it is not clear to me why we have a CCD and 1/250 flash sync?

Claudio

PS: I see -due presumably to the recent crash- that I'm back to "1 posts", I had not many but a few more so don't take me as a troll

Claudio

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