Briefly comment on your opinion of the trend toward digital-dedicated lenses.

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More manufacturers and "third party" lens makers are introducing "digital-dedicated" lenses for their digital SLRs, which are smaller and lighter, but cannot be used on their film SLR counterparts because of the smaller image circle they throw. When considering a lens for your digital SLR, is it important that it work just as well on your film SLR?
Briefly comment on your opinion of the trend toward digital-dedicated lenses.
Yes, as I still shoot with both film and digital SLRs.
68% (63 votes)
No, the weight and size benefits outweigh any double duty capability, and I have switched entirely to digital.
23% (21 votes)
No, as I have separate outfits for both my film and digital SLRs.
10% (9 votes)
Total votes: 93
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Robert Kautz's picture

Ahhh, Marketing. I wouldn't trade my Contax Film Equipment for a 100MP digital system no matter what size the sensor is even if you paid me.

Joe Wise's picture

Digital is the future.