From: android <here@there.was>
Subject: Re: The Race for The FF MILC is ON!
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Subject: Re: The Race for The FF MILC is ON!
Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2018 12:08:00 +0100
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On 2018-01-21 10:51:17 +0000, David Taylor said:

> On 20/01/2018 16:30, android wrote:
>> 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!!!
>> 
>>
<http://www.canonrumors.com/canon-sends-invites-to-dealers-for-major... 
>> 
>> 
>> <http://tinyurl.com/yblyluqp>
>> 
>> What is "Flange"?
>> 
>> <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flange_focal_distance>
> 
> Personally, I don't see sufficient advantage in full-frame MILC if new 
> lenses are required.  Is the size and weight reduction a significant 
> gain?  What else?

The size and weight can be reduced  and and image quality improved 
since the nodal point can be moved closer to the sensor giving the 
enginers more options in the lens design.
> 
> For my own needs MFT is quite adequate, and I could never go back to FF.
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