DX and FX

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  1. roadkill

    roadkill TPF Noob!

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    I am admittidly ignorant on this matter. What is the difference in DX and FX in Nikon cameras? Is one better.
     
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    Your D80 is DX, film or the D3/700 is FX.

    DX is a step backwards IMO, and FX restores what lenses were designed to do. I'd be careful about shooting ISO 1600 on a D80/200, ISO 1600 on a D3/700 looks like ISO 400 on the D80/200, nikons FX bodies can shoot up to ISO 25600.
     
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    Joves No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    FX is the same size as 35mm and, DX is cropped or samller. I like the idea of both.
     
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