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    Red face Full Frame Sensor

    Well, if Nikon does not come out with D2Xf (Full Frame)
    Canon will overtake le.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ang View Post
    Well, if Nikon does not come out with D2Xf (Full Frame)
    Canon will overtake le.
    if that the case, many donkey years ago, Canon have already overtaken Nikon with their 1Ds...
    and so your point is?

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    If Nikon Don't buck up, they will lose the race yet again loor...
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    ExplorerZ has allready tell you that they have already lost... long ago

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    If Canon don't come up with medium format, Hassey will win leh...

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    The real challenger to Canon is Sony now, and Samsung in the future.
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    Default Re: Full Frame Sensor

    Full frame or half frame, camera manufactures (nikon) who make research grade microscopes such as confocals (zeiss and Leica included) and not focus on copiers (canon and richoh) are a level apart. Why argue about trivial matters such as who lost a petty marketing race.

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    Default Re: Full Frame Sensor

    well, i really don't care about FF, and neither would i believe that whichever manufacturer without a FF dSLR will "lose"

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    Default Re: Full Frame Sensor

    IF canon (or any other) win , will my pic become better :P

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    If full frame sensor is going to win the race, why Mark III?

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    Gotcha MarkIII.
    Am I slowly veering towards Canon now?
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    Default Re: Full Frame Sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ang View Post
    Gotcha MarkIII.
    Am I slowly veering towards Canon now?
    come join me~
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    I am halfway there loor. ;-p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ang View Post
    I am halfway there loor. ;-p
    then go join... Nikon wun come out with a 35mm FF just to make you stay.

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    the term winning and loosing on a product is very naive. My opinion if you can take a good picture you win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahbeng View Post
    the term winning and loosing on a product is very naive. My opinion if you can take a good picture you win.
    loosing? brush up your Spelling before you say others naive ba.
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