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This is my camera collection, minus a couple. First of all, it's missing my Nikon D200 (I had to take the photo with something!). It's also missing my Casio Exilim EX-Z60, I just totally forgot to include it. Not included is also my new Zorki 4, but that's only because it's somewhere between Ukraine and Michigan right now. Here's a rundown of what you're looking at: Canon FTb 35mm SLR with a Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 lens - Yep, a Nikon lens on a Canon body. I used the rare Canon MC-N adapter to get it on there. Introduced in 1971 and first to feature the Canon FD mount. Bought the body at Camera Connection in Redford, MI in January 2008. (back row, left) Agfa Ansco Shur-Shot box camera - Agfa introduced the Shur-Shot in 1932, but I don't know the detail of this specific model. I haven't come across any others with the same detailing on the face either. The camera says to use D-6 Agfa Plenachrome film, pretty sure that's not available anymore. I think my mom gave this to me, no idea where shot got it though. (back row, 2nd from left) Yashica Mat 124 TLR (twin lens reflex) - Essentially a copy of the Rolleiflex, Yashica came out with this TLR in 1968, again I'm not certain of the production date of mine. Takes 120 or 220 film with 6x6 frames. I got this heavy mother on eBay in June of 2006. (back row, 2nd from right) Nikon N75 35mm SLR with Nikkor 85mm f/1.8 - Known as the Nikon F75 outside the US, this camera was at the middle to higher end of the entry level SLRs from Nikon. Only available for a few years from February 2003 to January 2006, I got mine as a Christmas present in 2003 from a then girlfriend. This is the camera that really got me interested in photography. (back row, right) Olympus Pen-EE S half-frame 35mm camera - Funny little camera introduced in 1962. This camera takes pictures vertically so you basically get twice the amount of frames in a roll of film. I don't remember where I got this, possibly either a gift or a garage sale in the last few years. (middle row, left) Olympus D-360L 1.3MP digital camera - Released in February of 2000, I bought mine for $300 just before a trip to San Diego in October 2000. It was either the camera or a Playstation 2 (in the end my mom got me the PS2 for Christmas). This was my first digital camera and I had a lot of fun with it. It takes 4 AA batteries, so it can get pretty heavy. It has a fixed lens stuck at an 35mm equivalent of 36mm. I used a 64MB SmartMedia memory card with it. (middle row, right) Canon PowerShot S100 Digital ELPH 2.1MP camera - Released in the Summer of 2000 at $600. Has a 2x optical zoom and it was the smallest digital camera on the market when it was released. It's actually still one of the smaller digital cameras I've seen. The camera works fine but I've never actually used it. My dad gave it to me when he upgraded a few years ago. (front row, left) Leica D-Lux 3 10MP digital camera - This joint production between Leica and Panasonic was released in the later part of 2006 along with its sister, the Panasonic DMC-LX2. Comes with a 4x zoom and optical image stabilization. Shoots in JPR or RAW and has three choices of framing: 16:9 (like a widescreen TV), 2:3 (like traditional 35mm film), and 4:3 (like a normal P&S digicam). I love the 16:9 ratio. I got this camera from Adray Camera in January 2008.The Canon PowerShot G10
My latest addition. Snapped by its bigger brother the EOS 40D. ----------------------------------- This montage took ages to complete in PS-CS4 and I apologise about the silly dust particles on the back screen, every wipe resulted in more dust getting stuck to the screen protector, so I just had to make do with what I could. Still, a pretty good result.
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