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  • TheCaptain
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    I actually have some camera gear now lol

    Bought a Canon 450D from my younger sister, she didn't use it anymore. Barely used, bought second hand a few years ago. Including kitlens.

    Not starting a new hobby though, just to play with it a bit, take decent pictures. It came with a 450D specific book with tips and tricks so I might dive into that.

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  • Hiro
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    Decided to pull the trigger and upgrade from DX to FX....but I went the safe route and bought a cheap second-hand D700 so if it doesn't turn out well I'm not that much out of pocket. Does mean I need to look at a whole bunch of new lenses though as the only FX lens I have is a 50mm

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  • Hiro
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    Nikon D7100
    Tokina AT-X 11-16mm f/2.8 DX
    Nikkor AF-S 17-55mm f/2.8G DX
    Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.8G DX
    Nikon SB700 flash
    Manfortto MKC3-H01 tripod (admittedly a bit small for the weight of camera + lens especially with the 17-55 tank, but I prefer the joystick ball head)
    Think Tank Retrospective 7 bag

    plus the 18-55mm and 55-200mm DX kit lenses that came with the camera

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  • DogDigger
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    I'm pretty young however I do love my photography! This is my basic kit that I use day in day out for photography duties and I mostly photograph cars and live music events.

    Sony RX100
    Canon AE1 Program with 50mm f1.4 (Got some other FD Lenses but I always go back to this)
    Canon 6D
    Canon 16-35mm f4L (My wide angle baby)
    Canon 50mm f1.8
    Tamron 70-200mm f2.8 G2 (My baby)
    Tamron 24-70 f2.8 G2 (On its way!)

    Vanguard Veo 265CB Tripod
    Lowepro Protactic 350 aw
    Other bits and pieces of course

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  • Kei-86
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    I could be considered photographically obsessed. The nikon kit and mamiya medium format kit see the most use.

    Camera Bodies

    Nikon F5 + MF-28
    Nikon D810
    Canon EOS 20D
    Canon EOS 300
    Canon G11
    Canon T90
    Canon T50
    Canon AT-1
    Canon Sureshot
    Canon Sureshot AF 35
    Ricoh compact
    Pentax ME Super

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro II
    Mamiya 645 AFD
    Mamiya M645 1000S
    Mamiya 645J
    Voigtlander Bessa
    Franka Rollfix II

    135 format

    Primes

    Nikon 16mm f2.8 AF-D
    Tamron SP 17mm f3.5
    Nikon 20mm f1.8 AF-S
    Nikon 24mm f2.8
    Olympus 24mm f2.8
    Nikon 28mm f2.0
    Olympus 28mm f2.8
    Nikon 35mm f1.4
    Nikon 50mm f1.2
    Nikon 50mm f1.8
    Olympus 50mm f1.8
    Canon 50mm f1.8
    Pentax 50mm f1.7
    Nikon 55mm f2.8 AF
    Tamron SP 90mm f2.8 macro AF
    Tokina 100mm f2.8 macro AT-X Pro D
    Nikon 135mm f2.8
    Tamron 135mm f2.5
    Canon 135mm f3.5
    Tamron SP 180mm f2.5
    Nikon 300mm f2.8
    Tamron SP 300mm f5.6
    Sigma 600mm f8.0

    Zooms

    Tamron SP 24-48mm f3.5-3.8 (x2)
    Tamron SP 28-80mm f3.5-4.2
    Tamron SP 35-80mm f2.8-3.8
    Tamron SP 70-210mm f3.5
    Tamron SP 75-250mm f3.8-4.5
    Nikon 80-200mm f2.8 AF-D

    Medium Format

    Mamiya 35mm f3.5 C
    Mamiya 55mm f2.8 AF
    Mamiya 65mm f4 L-A
    Mamiya 75mm shift-Z f4
    Mamiya 80mm f1.9 N
    Mamiya 80mm f2.8 C
    Mamiya 120mm f4 Macro
    Mamiya 127mm f3.5 K/L
    Mamiya 150mm f2.8 A
    Mamiya 210mm f4 C
    Mamiya 210mm f4 ULD AF

    A few shots of just some of it.

    All of the nikon primes.


    Tamron adaptall 2 collection. Interchangeable lens mounts make these especially awesome.


    Mamiya 645 lenses


    645 AFD next to the 1000S (the AFD can do digital if I could afford the back for it)


    Vintage folding 6x6/6x9 cameras next to a more modern (mid 70's) mamiya m645.


    Main core kit (my 810 was used to take it, so dad's 800 is in shot)


    The RZ67 is without a doubt my favourite camera. It goes most places with me, even to car meets.

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  • siren676
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    ^I started with one of those Fujifilm S2950's as well, upgraded to a Canon 1100D to get started in dslr's and havent looked back.

    The other week i got another lens, just a basic Canon 50mm f1.8 for photography at car meets, was cheap but is an amazing lens for the price

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  • ScottishSaint
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    Photography is something that I am interested in getting into however I will be starting completely and utterly at ground zero; I know almost nothing at this point. My current camera is just a Fujifilm FinePix S2950 bridge but I hope to get a DSLR for my 21st - The only problem I am really having with the Fujifilm is a lack of control over the camera; I learn best by just getting stuck in and it is really restricting my ability to do that.

    I have a huge love for older cameras and have got a small (well...) collection, all sorts of stuff. In no particular order (56k warning lol):

    This is the camera that started my collection, a 1980's Praktica B100. My father bought it new in the 1980's and it sat in a drawer for years and years until I pulled it out.



    Nikon F-301 (1985-?)


    Nikon F-601 (1991-?)


    Canon EOS 1000 (?-?)


    Beier Beirette (1958-?)


    Agfa Isola (1956-1959)


    Ihagee Exa 1a (1964-1977)


    Petri 7s (1963-1973)


    Adox Golf Ia (?-?)


    Kodak Instamatic 25's (1966-1972)


    Ilford Sprite Rapid Flash (?-?)


    Hanimex Auto-Grip 110F (late 1970's-Early-mid 1980's.


    Plympus XA2 with A11 flash


    Rolleicord (?-?)


    Kodak Brownie Cresta 3 (1960-1965)


    Kodak Brownie 127 (1959-1963)


    Kodak Brownie Movie Camera II (1956-1959)


    Polaroid Land Camera 1000 (1979-1985) Pro-tip: Don't catch yourself in front of one of these flashes, they're bloody bright!


    Polaroid Lightmixer Sun 630 LMP (catchy!) I still have the orgonal box and instructions for this one


    Chonon 806SM film camera (?-?) Looks like an old police speed gun huh?


    Illford Envoy (1953-1960) This one is pretty buggered


    Kodak Six-20 Brownie E (1947-1957)


    Kodak Popular Brownie (1937-1943)


    Coronet Rex (?-?) I think this is the oldest camera I have.



    I bought the Kodak Popular Brownie on Ebay for about £12, the Chinon 806 SM for £19.98, the Praktica was my dads and the rest were 100% free

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  • Australian Black Converse
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    Originally posted by ValleyMonster View Post
    What's an EVF like to use?

    I bought a Pentax K-01 a few months ago, there are still a few deals about on them (get the DA40 XS lens rather than the zoom, it's much better). It uses the same sensor and batteries as their K-5 but a live view LCD and no viewfinder.

    I know "proper" photographers regard such things as toys for amateurs but it actually has a few benefits. I find that it makes manual focus lenses much easier to use and it's great for shooting at low angles without having to lie in the mud. You can see your focus point moving fore and aft in a scene with faster lenses, for example. I've never been able to see that level of detail in a viewfinder.

    Sure, it's not as good as a viewfinder on very sunny days and it's not as good for action photography or longer lenses (why I also have the K-5, also that's weather sealed which the K-01 isn't) but I'm happy with it as a second body/take-it-everywhere camera. Pentax have a large back catalogue of small, fast prime lenses which suit it perfectly.


    I hate the one on my Fijifilm, It's horrid

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  • Australian Black Converse
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    Minolta X7-A

    50MM Fixed point lens

    80-200MM lens


    http://i.imgur.com/2c10SG8.jpg
    2x telephoto adapter

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  • Stickshifter
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    Canon 60D
    18-55mm standard lens
    55-250 standard lens
    50mm 1.8
    manfrotto 055xprob tripod with 3 way standard head

    got some various accessories to help me do some other stuff

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  • SimoHDK
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    Nikon D7000 + Batt Grip

    -Nikon F2.8 70-200 (Love this lens so much)
    -Nikon F2.8 105mm Macro (Also love this one)
    -50mm Prime
    -12-24 Tokina
    And lastly some crappy kit 18-105

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  • OLDSOUL
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    Nikon D5100
    Kit Lens
    Nikon 35mm f/1.8
    Nikon 55-300mm
    Rokinon 8mm Fisheye
    Lowepro Fastpack 100

    Film Cameras:
    Fujifilm Instax (Super fun to take pics with!!)
    Kodak Retina

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  • ValleyMonster
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    What's an EVF like to use?

    I bought a Pentax K-01 a few months ago, there are still a few deals about on them (get the DA40 XS lens rather than the zoom, it's much better). It uses the same sensor and batteries as their K-5 but a live view LCD and no viewfinder.

    I know "proper" photographers regard such things as toys for amateurs but it actually has a few benefits. I find that it makes manual focus lenses much easier to use and it's great for shooting at low angles without having to lie in the mud. You can see your focus point moving fore and aft in a scene with faster lenses, for example. I've never been able to see that level of detail in a viewfinder.

    Sure, it's not as good as a viewfinder on very sunny days and it's not as good for action photography or longer lenses (why I also have the K-5, also that's weather sealed which the K-01 isn't) but I'm happy with it as a second body/take-it-everywhere camera. Pentax have a large back catalogue of small, fast prime lenses which suit it perfectly.

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  • Mecha-wombat
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    Added a new Sony a65. EVF takes some getting used to.

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  • QuangVuong
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    Yeah I exceeded the 10gb bandwidth. They'll be visible on the 18th when it rolls over.

    And I dunno what will be next. Having the 50D with the 24-105, 10-20, and 50mm is adequate.

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