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Blue_In_AK Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-13-08 10:33 AM
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1. The 5D has a full-sized sensor
and I don't think it costs that much. I see some for around $2200 without lenses.
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  -Theories, or better yet, an explanation, please? teamster633  Apr-13-08 08:51 AM   #0 
  - The 5D has a full-sized sensor  Blue_In_AK   Apr-13-08 10:33 AM   #1 
  - You are absolutely correct.  teamster633   Apr-13-08 11:25 AM   #2 
  - Why not just pick up the 10-22 zoom? That would  flamin lib   Apr-15-08 08:21 AM   #3 
  - It's just an academic question at this point anyways.  teamster633   Apr-15-08 06:09 PM   #4 
  - Sony is producing a Full Frame Sensor.  bvar22   Apr-16-08 06:17 PM   #5 
     - Thank you very much.  teamster633   Apr-16-08 08:20 PM   #6 

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