NEX to be full frame?

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  1. cosmonaut

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    Something you might consider. Remember it's just a hobby dude.
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    What about glass? I assumed that all of the nex mount lens released so far are designed for crop sensors.

    This could be an interesting camera.
     
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    Yes I would think new glass would be a have to. Knowing Sony only two lenses and you are good..lol

     
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    There are rumors of some kind of A/E hybrid mount, perhaps a helical which twists to provide for full frame alpha mount lenses. Of course there is plenty of full from Leica M and M39 glass out there, without AF.

    I think a full frame NEX would be successful for no other reason than lack of competition.
     
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    Well I for one would rather have an A mount full frame. Current E mount lenses are just, well, need to be better than what they are. What's the point of full frame and so so lenses?

     
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    I think this is certainly a good route to take. It makes sense financially as well.
     

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