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Brian Middlebrook , Sep 07, 2001; 08:59 a.m.

I was wondering if anyone had info on the upcoming new Canon digtal D3 Camera...I read some where that the chip was sized so the focal lenghts of regular lenses stayed the same..

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Brian

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Hung James Wasson , Sep 07, 2001; 11:22 a.m.

Brian, <p> We discussed this very issue in the "new canon product (legnum)" thread. Check it out! :-)

Hung James Wasson , Sep 08, 2001; 12:31 a.m.

Brian, <p> I got your direct post. My apologies...I was in a hurry earlier, or else I would have provided a <i>link</i> for you. <p> The discussion thread I was talking about can be accessed by clicking on the colored & underlined link here: <a href="http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg.tcl? msg_id=006DeY">new canon product (legnum)</a> <p> alternately, you can just type http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and- a-fetch-msg.tcl?msg_id=006DeY into the address bar of your web browser (or cut & paste it). <p> Other handy tricks: <li>When looking for a particular thread in the forum, and faced with a long list of links -- press <b>Ctrl + f</b> on your keyboard to bring up the <i>find function</i>. Type in as much as you accurately remember (i.e. "new canon") and click on <b>Find next</b>. The browser will scroll to the closest matching entry & highlight the matching word(s). If it's not the right link, keep clicking on <b>Find next</b> until you find the right one or run out of options.</li><p> <li> Use the <b>New Answers</b> link at the top of the forum listings in order to go to a page where the links that have been most recently replied to are organized in order of most to least recent. It's easier to keep track of threads that have generated interest here (even if the original posting is months or years old!)</li>

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