Thanx, Larry. For a few happy hours there, I thought I might get one--the
web site was pretty impressive. Meanwhile, back at "Reality Central," it
seems that I'd have to get *really lucky* with a lottery pick or a daily
double to afford that beauty *plus* lenses to make it work--and then hiring
an armed guard every time I used it. ;-)
Soooo, I guess it's time to re-set my sights on a target I could actually
"hit." But thanks for the tantalizing input. :-)
>From: Larry Berman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: filmscanners: Digital Shortcomings
>Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 21:11:27 -0400
>I'll answer this one.
>The D1x is the new digital camera from Nikon that replaces the D1. It takes
>all of Nikon's lenses and is going to retail for about $5300. I think that
>it's 5.3 megapixel camera. There is a double page picture, shot with it
>from a helicopter, in the latest Sports Illustrated. I purchased the
>magazine today and it really looks suburb.
>>OK, but the important question is "What is a D1x?" How expensive, compared
>>to a good SLR?
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