A small, but interesting detail announced Nikon in a question round at the end of its press conference of the Photokina. The Japanese camera manufacturer develops at present a professional DSLR camera with full format display sensor.
So professionals — who use built Nikon objectives for similar SLR cameras — can use these without a focal length extension. The smaller image sensors in the APS C format as in the D2x to be found, represent only one cutout of the illustration surface of a 35-mm-Films — which corresponds to an extension of the focal length by the factor 1.5 in this case. When on the first fullframe DSLR camera from Nikon to is to be expected, which can step up against the Canon-Rival EOS 1Ds Mark II, is at present not known. We might expect it to be announced at the beginning of next year, at the PMA or the CeBIT.