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Apr 08, 2016 00:41 |  #61

Not counting shared/borrowed:

Sony DSC-H7 (bridge superzoom), 2008
iPhone 4, 2010, sold
iPhone 5, 2012, traded for 50D
Canon XTi, 2013
iPhone 6, 2014
Canon 6D, 2014
Canon 50D, 2015

The 50D lives in my car right now as a grab-and-go. I've been meaning to get rid of the XTi and the Sony, both of which are just collecting dust.


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Apr 08, 2016 01:19 |  #62

Topcon Auto 100, 1964
Olympus OM-1MD, 1976#
Olympus OM-1n, 1981
Olympus OM-4, 1984
Bronica ETRS, 1988#
Bronica ETRSi, 1991
Horseman LS, 1991
Canon EOS 750, 1989 first AF#
Canon G2, 2002 first digital
Canon 20D, 2004, first dSLR#
Canon 30D, 2006# used
Canon 40D, 2008 used
Canon 5D, 2009, first FF dSLR used
Canon S90, 2010# used
Canon S95, 2012 used

Pentax Auto 110, 1989* inherited from father
Voightlander Bergheil, 2012* used
Topcon D1, Super D, 2014* used

*acquired for collection, not as users.
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Apr 08, 2016 07:28 |  #63

Canon 20D (used), 2009 - sold
Canon 5DII (used), 2011
Fuji X-E1, 2013

edit: almost forgot! My dad gave me his old Voigtlander Vito BL too, around 2012 maybe? I had it serviced but haven't played with it too much.


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Apr 13, 2016 20:35 |  #64

mine's pretty basic (cameras for serious use, not counting purely for collecting and/or fun):

1. 40d
2. 7d
3. 5d3
4. 7d2
5. 5dsr
6. iphone 6s plus

i pretty much only use the 5dsr now. 5d3 is the backup.

well, and i realized the iphone is a great way to steal shots without anyone noticing. image quality is now finally useable for me.


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Apr 14, 2016 02:09 |  #65

Olympus C-750 Ultra Zoom (2003)
Canon 20D (2005)
Canon 5D Classic (2008)

Still happy rocking the 5Dc with 35L and 85LII in 2016.




  
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Apr 14, 2016 15:09 |  #66

Praktica LTL3
Canon AE-1
Canon FTBQL,Canon FT
Canon T90
Canon 20D
Canon 1D3
Canon 5D3

The T90 was the best but does not work now -corroded batteries.




  
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Apr 14, 2016 15:11 as a reply to  @ carronade's post |  #67

Have you tried cleaning the battery contacts with a fiberglass brush, sometimes if the leak was not too bad it will be enough.




  
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Apr 14, 2016 15:17 as a reply to  @ Canonuser123's post |  #68

Thank you for your reply, I will try again, difficult to see inside, something rough might chip the corrosion away.




  
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Apr 14, 2016 15:36 |  #69

Kodak Star 275 :lol:
HP Photosmart 635
Kodak EasyShare CX7530
Nikon Coolpix L10

Canon EOS Rebel XSi
Canon EOS 5D Mk II
Asahi Pentax MX


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Apr 14, 2016 17:03 |  #70

Kodak Instamatic (1970s)
Pentax point & shoot (Early 1990: No camera throughout 1980s)
Minolta SLR (1996)

Canon G3 (2003)
Canon 350D (2005: Learned definitions of focal length, ISO, f-stop, etc. before purchasing: marks beginning of photography as a serious interest)

Voigtlander Bessa RM2 (2008)
Canon 7NE (2008)
Nikon FM2 (2008)
Leica iiif (2008)

Leica M2 (2013: Primary camera, Leica iiif backup)


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Apr 14, 2016 17:08 |  #71

sjones wrote in post #17971959 (external link)
Kodak Instamatic (1970s)
Pentax point & shoot (Early 1990: No camera throughout 1980s)
Minolta SLR (1996)

Canon G3 (2003)
Canon 350D (2005: Learned definitions of focal length, ISO, f-stop, etc. before purchasing: marks beginning of photography as a serious interest)

Voigtlander Bessa RM2 (2008)
Canon 7NE (2008)
Nikon FM2 (2008)
Leica iiif (2008)

Leica M2 (2013: Primary camera, Leica iiif backup)

How did the Bessa work for you? I'm seriously considering a Bessa RM3 myself.


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Apr 14, 2016 18:11 |  #72

Alveric wrote in post #17971963 (external link)
How did the Bessa work for you? I'm seriously considering a Bessa RM3 myself.

Worked very well; I still have it. Used mainly with a Zeiss 50mm f/2 Planar and Voigtlander 35mm f/2.5 Color-Skopar. Great viewfinder, and you get 1/2000 top shutter compared with Leica’s 1/1000.

Moved to Leica largely for ergonomic/tactile purposes, but would definitely recommend the Bessa rangefinders.


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Apr 14, 2016 19:17 |  #73

nikonos ii early 70's
AE-1 mid 80's
Panasonic SLR early 90's
40D
7D
5DII
5DIII
X-T1


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Apr 14, 2016 23:01 |  #74

I probably can't do this; there are just too many, but I'll list a few of the more memorable ones:

1 - Kodak 110 Instamatic
2 - Canon TLb
3 - Canon T50
4 - Canon FTb
5 - Canon AE-1
6 - Olympus D-340R (first digital camera, late 1990's)
7 - Canon Digital Rebel
8 - Canon 20D
9 - Canon 40D
10 - Canon 5D
11 - Canon 6D


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Apr 15, 2016 12:02 |  #75

olympus p&s (manual mode? who needs that?)
AE1-P (lenses, I need different lenses!)
A1 ( auto focus? who needs auto focus?)
Elan 7e (film - with auto focus - Digital? who needs digital, film is fine)
sony Mavica 75 (digital, soft floppy disc whopping 1.6 mpx)
sony Mavica 91 (digital, had option to write to floppy that had memory stick adaptor)
canon powershot S3 is (intererchangable lenses? why would I need that? bridge camera is fine!)
canon xsi (man these outer points suck for focus, need better lenses)

These two, together
x2 canon 50D (higher that 3200 iso, like who needs that? I'll never need a 7D)

(money now spent on off camera flash rabbit hole)

canon 5D2 (ok got the full frame, but man these outer points suck ) and one 50D

canon 7D2 (Love it, but wish I had less DOF) with 5D2

And.. I'm going to pull the trigger, sell the 5D2 and get the 5D3 to pair with the 7D2. hopefully pretty quick.


Godox/Flashpoint r2 system, plus some canon stuff.

  
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