Having read this question, I understand that a full-frame Nikon FX camera will apply a crop to the camera sensor's field of view when using DX lenses (?) - Does a Nikon DX lens on a FX camera get subjected to the 1.5X crop factor?
I currently have a Nikon D3100 and Nikkor AF-S 35mm f1.8G DX lens, however my camera has a 1.5x crop factor.
If I ever upgrade to a Full frame sensor camera, is there anyway of being able to use the full frame of my Nikkor DX lens? I know Nikon FX cameras have a crop factor in DX compatibility mode, but I thought this was just Nikon's way of enforcing obsolescence... Is there any way of getting around this?
I'd love to be able to use a wider frame for landscape photography.