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Just a thread to show off your camera gear.

 

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Not shown in this pic is my Velbon Tripod and my Canon FD 200mm prime.

 

Edit: May as well put a list here.

Canon EOS 1000D

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 (attached to body)

Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6

Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6

 

Canon AE-1P (Currently contains Fujifilm Superia 1600)

Canon Speedlite 188A (attached to body)

Canon new FD 50mm f/1.8 (attached to body)

Canon new FD 35-70mm f/3.5-4.5

Canon new FD 70-210mm f/4

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Ah, this old problem. How do you take a photo of your own camera? I'll borrow my other half's point and shoot this evening.

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Ah, this old problem. How do you take a photo of your own camera? I'll borrow my other half's point and shoot this evening.

 

sif not have a P&S as backup :P

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will post mine when i get home

 

Ah, this old problem. How do you take a photo of your own camera? I'll borrow my other half's point and shoot this evening.

Mirror + pout + overexposure.

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Ah, this old problem. How do you take a photo of your own camera? I'll borrow my other half's point and shoot this evening.

Mirror + pout + overexposure.

 

That was fucking hilarious.

 

-X

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My DSLR, Nikon D40.

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My P&S (I think you mean pOs, amirite?) FujiFilm FinePix A900

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Had the D40 for about a week, fired up the P&S to take the first pic and just about cryfased. Never going back.

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Nikon 17-55mm f2.8, 70-200mm f2.8, 18-135mm, Sigma 30mm f1.4, SB-800, D80.

 

And Tak, you need to dust your desk : p.

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Canon 40D

Tamron 17-50 F/2.8

Canon EFS 17-85 F/4-5.6 IS USM

Canon EFS 10-22 F/3.5-4.5 USM

Canon EF 75-300 F/4-5.6 (came as part of kit with a Canon 350D)

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II

Sigma 105mm DG EX Macro

430EX Speedlite

 

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Wow, those are some speedy lenses juse, they must have set you back a fair bit?

Yup : p. They're worth it though, and I'm going to get the majority of them back on tax, since I use them for work. The 17-55mm is my usual walk-around lens, and the 70-200mm is my shuffle-around lens ('cos it's big).

 

They don't call him Ol' Moneybags Bicknell for nothing.

They don't call me that at all, unfortunately : (.

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If you don't mind, orinjuse, how much was your 70-200?

 

Had the D40 for about a week, fired up the P&S to take the first pic and just about cryfased. Never going back.

That looks like a relatively dated P&S yeah?

 

The modern ones have very clever Program AE and Autofocus routines, and produce decent results in good light. They do tend to be quite noisy in low light though.

 

E.g. My photo was taken with my wife's new IXUS 80 IS. When you zoom down to 1:1, you can certainly see the noise due to the small sensor, but resized for on-screen viewing, you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference.

 

You lose the fine control you get with a DSLR, but the pure convenience makes it worth having one around.

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If you don't mind, orinjuse, how much was your 70-200?

I got it last year before Nikon bumped up all their prices, and it was about $2450. My 17-55mm was $1450, second hand but more or less as new.

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Canon 400D + Canon 55-250 and 28-80

 

Asahi Spotmatic

Pentax K1000 (not in shot)

Zenit-E

Olympus OM10

 

Olympus 50/1.8

Asahi SMC 50/2.0

Vivitar 24/2.8

Tamron 28/2.8

Tamron 35/2.8

Cimko 28/2.8

Helios 44/2

Some other Helios zoom 135/3.5 I think from memory

 

A bunch of extension tubes lying around as well, these lenses are all M42, OM or Pentax-K and have EOS adapters (haven't adapted the Tamron yet though).

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Brand new eos 50D and the two lenses it came with, canon 18-55 and 55-250

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And my point ans shoot fujifil s8000:

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-X

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I thought the 50D was a full-frame body, not APS-C?

 

Or is that the 5D?

 

Just wondering, because those are EF-S lenses, which I guess answers my question.

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The 5D/5D Mark II is full frame.

 

There's speculation of a Canon 60D already lol

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And here's my contribution.

 

It's nothing spectacular unfortunately. Taken with a Sony Cyber-shot (look at the lens distortion!). And no it's not mine...it belongs to my brother lol

 

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And here's my contribution.

 

It's nothing spectacular unfortunately. Taken with a Sony Cyber-shot (look at the lens distortion!). And no it's not mine...it belongs to my brother lol

 

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What's the number on the front of your D80? Do you end up using your F80 much?

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