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Old Aug 18, 2006, 8:24 PM   #21
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1) Little film camera from a fair.
2) Kodak LS755 (nice little camera)
3) dont have yet but will have soon Pentax K100d.
As you can see i am very new to the world of cameras.:-)
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Old Aug 19, 2006, 1:09 PM   #22
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I have owned more than I can (care?) to remember. I think I bought my first camera in the early 60's. At one time I worked photography professionally, so I have also owned many medium format cameras, including a Hasselblad, Pentax 6x7, Bronica, Mamiya and Fuji.

The best cameras I have owned -

Medium format - Bronica ETR 645
35mm Film - Nikon F2as
Digital - my current cameras - Kodak SLR/n and Sony R1
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Old Aug 19, 2006, 3:31 PM   #23
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1) Twin lens Rolli I inherited 2) Kodak Instamatic 3) Polaroid Swinger 4) Nikkormat FTN (owned 2 of these) 5) Nikon FE 6) Nikon P&S 35mm 7) Yashica P&S 35mm 8) Kodak DC-210 digital 9) Olympus E-10 10) Olympus E-1 (2 of these, also).

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Old Aug 23, 2006, 9:07 AM   #24
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first digital : olympus c700uz
second: olympus c740uz
third: canon powershot s2is
fourth(planning): canon eos 350d / nikon d70s (actively reading up on these two, haven't touch the real thing yet, maybe tomorrow or friday....
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Old Aug 23, 2006, 1:07 PM   #25
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I used my dads Canon S100 for a few days, so that was the first camera I used. MY first camera was a Kodak P850, which is very nice. I'm buying a pocket camera in the near future.
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Old Aug 23, 2006, 2:27 PM   #26
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Wow. I must really be old. My first camera was a Kodak "Baby Brownie" It took # 126 black and white film. It was made of industructable thick black plastic and I think cost about $8. The one I hadhad no flash.My first digital was a "Umax" 1 mp. Not much of a camera but the capture and editing softwear that came with it got me hooked on digital. I now have Nikon D50.
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Old Aug 23, 2006, 3:38 PM   #27
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No you're not old because I remember the Kodak 126 but I'm not sure what mine was called. I can't even recall where I got it. It just sort of faded away. It seems like it was in the early sixties that I remember this camera. Maybe not though.

Fast forward to the late 60s and very early 70s I had one of those Polaroid instants...until I saw a relative of mine with a 35 mm Yashica and the more real-life looking pictures it produced.

Then I got ''serious'' with my very first 35mm:

Miranda-- purchased about 1973 or so.

Canon AE program--1978

Canon A1--1979 Still own to this day.

Canon F1N-- Still own to this day.

Digital. None.-- Looking seriously at the D8O now. Still considering the 30D.

If the PanasonicL1 engineers will correct animportant detail,

dynamic buffering,then that maysway me backto this one.

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Old Aug 24, 2006, 7:33 AM   #28
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My list


1. Ricoh KR-5 received as a high school graduation gift

2. Minolta 330si

3. Minolta 2xi

4. Minolta maxxum 5

5. Nikon N80--still own for nostalgic purposes and on the chance I may need to shoot film for some odd reason.


1. Canon SD100

2. Canon SD 230

3. Minolta dimage S414

4. Sony DSC-P93-still own, now used by my 11 year old daughter

5. Sony DSC-V93--still own and use when I don't want to lug gear around

6. Nikon D70s-still own, use mostly for studio and stock work

7. Nikon D50 --main camera

I will soon (hopefully) own the new Nikon D80, and sell the D70s.
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