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    What kind of camera do you have?

    What kind of camera do you use to take pics?

    I have an Olympus C-740 UZ, with 3.2 megapixels and 10x optical zoom (3x digital). Costs around $320-350 dollars.

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    Canon PowerShot A70
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    Olympus C-4000 4.0 megapixel 3x optical zoom.

    I bought it because it has full manual mode control

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    Kodak DX6490
    4 mP, 10x optical, 3x digital
    Cost about $500 in March


    Before that I was suffering with a Kodak DC3200 at 1 mP and no zoom

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    Work Camera: Olympus Camedia, 2.1 Megapix.

    Olympus doesn't even make 'em anymore. Reliable for what I need for work though.

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    Home: Sony DSC-P10 digital camera, 5.0 megapixels

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    Only the finest equipment for THIS photographer!
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    a digital Vivitar something-something with 1.3 MP.

    It was free and works for what I need it to do.

    Maybe I'll get something different in the future.
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    Kodak CX6330 3.1 MP. I bought it for quick shots of the kids, but I don't like it at all. My good old Pentax ME Super just doesn't work right anymore. I'd like to get it fixed, and/or pick up a used Pentax K 1000. For that matter, I'd like to re-build my darkroom.

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    Panasonic LC 20 w/Leica lens. Nice, easy to use camera - only 2.5mp though. I really want a Nikon D70, but I can't justify the $$$

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    Canon EOS 630

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    My camera is a canon AE-1.

    I use the following lenses 50 mm, 100mm, 17 mmSSC, and a macroSSC with 1:1 adaptor.

    I would love to get a digital SLR, but none of my lenses are compatible with teh new mounts.

    Maybe next year I'll spring for a Rebel EOS SLR digital. I'd love the Nikon D70 also.
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    I have a Minolta 3X (God, I can't even remember the model number. What kinda photo nerd am I?) 35 mm with a 30-80 mm zoom lense. Its ok-nothing earthshattering, but I have enjoyed doing photography in the past. I have a cool (if slightly cockeyed) photo of an Ale House on the near northwest side (Clybourne corridor) of Chicago of "Charlie's Ale House that is pretty cool!

    My sister just gave me a little Kodak 1 megapixel digital camera. I will probably buy a 4 or even a 6 megapixel digital camera this summer/fall. When she gets a chance to download the prints, I'll post some neighborhood photographs we took of my favorite Oakland neighborhood-Rockridge.

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    Sony Cybershot 5 megapixel. She's a great camera!
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    Canon PowerShot A80, with full manual capabilities and 4 megapixels and other fancy stuff I don't know how to use yet. Our old digital camera got "borrowed", which gave us an excuse to upgrade.
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    Film - Olympus Stylus (circa 1993)

    Digital - Olympus Stylus 300 - bought from Olympus Ebay site - saved about $150 cdn!

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    Film - Nikon FM (manual workhorse) w/ 28mm, 50mm, 75-150mm Series E lens.

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    You people have lost the way. Shame!

    Here's what I use for my picture-taking!


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    My first camera was a Nikon N8008, which was a great camera. I absolutely love that camera but it does not have a pop-up flash. I also have a Nikon D70!! It is definitely worth the money Tranplanner!! It is very fast and takes fabulous pictures. My daily camera is a Nikon 8700. I usually will take a picture of the baby every day with that camera. However, I use the D70 for portraits. My favorite lens to use is a 135mm F2 lens. It is a straight lens that does the most awesome portraits.

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    My weapon of choice is a 35mm Canon EOS Elan IIe, 19-35mm, 24-70mm, 28-135mm, 50 mm, 70-300mm, 2x teleconverter.

    Backup is a 4.0 megapixel Nikon 4200 digital.

    I have a couple others lying around, but don't use them much.
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    Quote Originally posted by Spatial_Monkey
    You people have lost the way. Shame!

    Here's what I use for my picture-taking!
    A bit OT
    I almost expected that you were going to show box of Crayolas.
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    Why don't you dig how beautiful it is out here?
    Why don't you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?
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    No. Just some parts wake up faster than others.
    Broke parts take a little longer, though.
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    I have a Kodak DX3215 1.3MP, over 1.5 years old already, pretty basic but it's okay for me at the moment.

    I found I really enjoyed taking all kinds of pictures on my recent trip and may have to upgrade for more options. Don't have the money right now though!

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    I have an Olympus D-370 1.3 MP here... It has a few years now... and I'd love an optical zoom (the 2x digital zoom it has sucks!)

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    Kodak DX4530 5.0MP

    But on days like today, with chancy weather (Universal Studios, rained all afternoon), took a trusty B&W disposable.

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