Well, I don't care that much about the camera - I am using a really cheap model and am storing and editing the pictures on-line. It's really easy to share them afterwards and I don't have to worry that my camera could be stolen .
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While on a trip to Edinburgh-i decided to buy a digital camera, its only a dinky one-well its what i wanted-small, cheap, digital cam. Is only 3.2 mega pixels, but will do me, its an olympus-brill lil cam for what i want!!! got a real good deal-considering its optical zoom as well!
i have a Sony DSC P100, and i LOVE it, til it just broke on the airplane on the way home from thailand last week
Nikon F80, its a fantastic camera although i am thinking in moving to a digital one
[ Edit: sorry, no promos in the forum please. ]
I bought a Nikon Coolpix 7900 and I love it. I takes great pictures and it fits in my trouser pocket. I bought two 1 gb cards and a spare battery when I went to New York. I also bought a little card reader which I just plug into a usb port and upload photos to my blog in Ball of Dirt.
This link will take you to the blog if you want to look at my photos. I really like the blog site and am very happy with it. I realise there is a blog on TP now but I dont think I can contemplate changing. Also BOD sends all my friends an update email so their used to it now.
I am in Cuzco since today so there will be pictures in a couple of days.
I realise there is a blog on TP now but I dont think I can contemplate changing. Also BOD sends all my friends an update email so their used to it now.
Although I definitely understand not wanting to change, this latter at least we do too. Just click on "subscribe" for any blog here at travellerspoint and you can fill in your email address to be sent notifications whenever a new entry is up - or even subscribe to the "feed" using a feedreader/news aggregator.
I have recently aquired a second hand Canon Digital SLR D350 Rebel XT and it is awesome! I can't wait to go somewhere exciting to try it out. Would obviously not be the best camera to lug around while backpacking as is rather bulky, but the photos are excellent and really so much better than anything I have had before!!
I have owned a Canon Rebel Ti for the past year and am enjoying it. Trying to save up to buy a good Digital rebel.
Lens- I have a quantaray 28-90mm zoom F/4.5 to 5.6 which has given me some really good photos. And it sure is better than the standard lens that conmes with the Canon rebel.
I am plannng to buy a beginner 50 mm f/1.8 lens for sharper photos.
I have a panasonic FZ20 http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/panasonicfz20/
Great camera with equiv of 400mm zoom including image stabilisation. Produces some very good results have a look here http://www.bobclewley.co.uk for some examples
I have a Canon 20D + various lenses,used for great images.
Olympus muju 400 digital, used for work (onsite/offshore)
Canon T90 - 35mm a bit old now but built like a tank and takes great images so use it for work.
Canon ixus - old but robust film camera.
Canon epoca - not sure why I've still got this one, great film camera though anyone would think i collect the things