Someday the time will come. Eventually I'll be on FX. I know.
But I have a feeling that it's going to be difficult for me to switch. You guys may have it easy because you worked with film for so many years.
I spent a few months seriously with film, and all I had was a 50mm lens.
For the past 1½ years I've been on DX. I know the ranges of my lenses very well—I can imagine the borders of an image when I look somewhere. DX is really all that I know. And kid's learn fast and efficiently as well. My world is exclusively DX.
I think I'm going to have a major shock when I put a 200mm lens on my future FX camera.
Because no matter what I tell myself, with the FX equivalents and all, I still connect each lens with a specific range. That's how I know which one to use.
But when I switch to FX, I'll be all confused. Things won't be what they used to be.
That's why I'm afraid to put a 300mm on my DX. Such 400mm+ luxury is rare on FX.
Does anybody else live in this "DX-world" with me? Do you think you'll have issues switching to FX?