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What type/kind of cameras do you have

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by oldfella, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. oldfella

    oldfella

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    Tullahoma, TN
    My cameras are - starting with my newest:

    Olympus Camedia C-4040, 4.1 MegaPix

    Nikon Nuvis S

    Polaroid

    Cannon 110ED

    Olympus Quickmatic
     
  2. hile

    hile

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    Bucks County
    Pentax P30T

    Some crap Kodak P&S

    Hoping to get a Canon EOS 10D DSLR before the end of the year.
     


  3. Guest

    Minolta 7000i
    Minolta X-700
    Sony Mavica FD75

    Am amazed at the 10x optical zoom on the Sony, it can really get out there!
     
  4. Fred

    Fred Millennium Member Lifetime Member

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    Maxxums 7000, 700si and 7. Also have an Argus C3 and Vivitar 3800N.
     
  5. OM-1 with three lenses. Had a OM02n at one time.

    Pack
     
  6. Sundog

    Sundog Thread Killer

    Canon AE1
    Canon AE1P
    Canon Powershot A40
     
  7. Jaegergirl

    Jaegergirl Proud2BAmerican

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    we have the olympus c-4040 with 2.7x telephoto lense and +1 - +10 closeup lense set.

    we used to have a minolta maxim 700 35 mm but we sold it when we got our first digital, an olympus c3030.
     
  8. hwyhobo

    hwyhobo

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    Silicon Valley
    The one I use: Olympus 3040Z.
    The ones I used to use: A whole bunch of old Canon film stuff, including Canon FTb.

    Pack26, I used to love those Olympus 1 and 2n. Pity there are no digital cameras today that would be as intuitive and handy as the old film cameras.
     
  9. chevrofreak

    chevrofreak Senior Member

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    Dec 27, 2001
    Billings, Montana
    Sony DSC-S75 digital camera and an Olympus Infinity SuperZoom 300 35mm
     
  10. Anyone here own the Sony DSC-72? How is it for quality?

    Pack
     
  11. T. Harless

    T. Harless

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    WV
    Nikon D1-x & D-100 for digital.
    N90s w/vertical grips and an F4 for film.
    All my lenses, of course, are interchangable between the digital and film cameras.

    Todd
     
  12. glocka

    glocka

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    Taxachusetts
    :) Hi folks...Sony Digital Mavica/MVC-FD71=floppy Disc

    Yashica 109 MULTI PROGRAM=My wife's old equipment

    ^3 ^3 ^3 ^3 ^3 ^3 ^3
     
  13. mcmoyer

    mcmoyer Got Wood?? CLM

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    Austin, Texas
    Greetings!

    Minolta SRT-101
    Minolta SRT-202
    Olympus IS-2000
    HP 850 digital

    ;f
     
  14. DaddyDett

    DaddyDett

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    VA. USA
    1964 Nikon F
    1980-s Nikon FE2 with Nikon motor drive
    1958 Graflex Speed Graphic (o.d. green)
    Cambo SC2Rs view camera
    Minolta A2 rangefinder
    Sony DSC-S75 Cybershot

    11 Nikor fixed focal length lenses, from 22mm to 300mm f4 EDIF/AF
    2 Fujinon 11x14 coverage lenses in shutters

    all functional, not collector pieces.
    DaddyDett
     
  15. Aaron S

    Aaron S

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    Kalispell, MT
    I have a Nikon F5 and a few lenses. I would like to hear anything Todd has to say about his digital SLRs.
    Aaron.
     
  16. T. Harless

    T. Harless

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    WV
    What would you like to know Aaron? This is actally what I do for a living. If you're packing an F5 you're not fooling around yourself.

    About 2% of my clients these days want film, hense the N90s and F4. No sense putting bucks into film bodies I'm not going to use. I'm a huge fan of the D-100. I can't see, again for me, dropping the coins for the new D2-H. I did get to shoot with a couple of them a few weeks ago but it was on somebody elses bill.

    I'd be glad to answer anything I can.

    Todd
     
  17. Aaron S

    Aaron S

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    Nov 10, 2002
    Kalispell, MT
    I am mostly into wildlife/nature just as a hobby so far. I have not done much research on the digital SLRs, but the D100 looked good on paper. It felt kind of cheap when I held one; I couldn't put my finger on what the problem was though. Other than that, all I really have to go on is what I hear.
    How do the batteries hold up? I have heard they don't instantly turn on like they have a boot sequence or something. I couldn't really be hiking around and see a shot but have to wait for my camera to boot up because it eats batteries if left on. I wouldn't be using much flash, but my lenses are autofocus so I am sure that eats into the power also.
    That should be just enough to avoid a total thread hijack.
    Thanks,
    Aaron.
     
  18. hwyhobo

    hwyhobo

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    Silicon Valley
    Aaron, could you post a URL to your website?