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Subject: Re: The Race for The FF MILC is ON!
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On Jan 20, 2018, android wrote
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> We've heard 'bout the Nikon Z FF mount 16mm flange! Could be a
> winner... But now Canon seem to be entering the game with a FF EOS M!!!
> 18mm flange but the concept is proven!!!
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> s-presentation-next-month/>
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I was happy enough with an APS-C DSLR, and I am happy enough with an APS-C 
MILC. If I ever find myself desiring a larger sensor I might as well go to 
> What is "Flange"?
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Some of us have already figured out what flange distance is.