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That, I suppose, is not the most important thing, but the body needs to be reasonably well featured yet as compact as possible. I understand that by choosing FF I'm cutting myself (or, to be more precise, my wife) from the slew of great and inexpensive wideangle lenses, but since I have not one, but two decent FF wides already, it's less of a concern (though I'm sure the 14 will suffer greatly on full frame as it would no longer benefit from crop factor of any kind).
I am confused. How would a wide angle lens suffer on a full frame camera? I suppose with FF the extreme corners that might not be sharp on a crop are now visible?
Personally, I'd rather have my wides be wide.
That, and the fact that many great APS-C wides are no longer usable.
My 14 is noticeably unsharp in the corners even on the 1.3x crop body until f/6.3 or so.
Sure, but really few are good on the widest extremity until stopped way down, innit? (Nikon 14-24... *sigh*)
(TS-E 17/4L, ZE 21/2.8, TS-E 24/3.5L II...)