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File: Canon Canonet QL17 GIII.jpg (510 KB, 1000x663)
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A few months back, there was a "Post your camera gear" thread, and I decided to limit my shot to just the cameras I've actually used in 2021 so it wouldn't take me all day to photograph them, but that started me on a quest to actually take a census of all of the cameras I own, and THAT started me on a quest to actually USE all of the cameras I own.

The total number of cameras is roughly 100. I'm roughly 62 in so far (although a big chunk of those are film cameras and I haven't gotten the film back yet).

But I thought I'd make a thread of the shots. First off, Canon Canonet QL17 GIII

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Canon EOS 5. I almost got rid of this one because I never use it now that I have an Elan 7NE, but I never actually got around to giving it to the person I offered it to.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III. My main workhorse, so by far the camera I have the most pictures from for the year so far (~30,000 photos, with the #2 slot being 955 photos)

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Canon EOS 40D (Infrared modified). I've got two 40Ds; the other one is stock.

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Canon EOS 70D. My emergency backup camera that I keep in my car. One of these days, I'm sure someone's gonna break into my car and steal it, but it hasn't happened yet, hashtag blessed.

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Canon EOS 850. This may be the most primitive EOS ever. It makes the original film Rebel look feature-rich. No manual controls (except the ones built into the lens). Your options are basically "Take the picture" or "Don't take the picture".

Used it with an old Sigma 28mm lens that doesn't work on any modern Canon

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Canon Digital Rebel. I bought this as a "I wonder if I can put together a full DSLR system, including lens and memory card, for under fifty bucks." I could. It's annoying as shit to actually use because it's slow as hell to do anything, but the photos it produces are still really good.

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Canon EOS Elan 7NE. This is my go-to 35mm for Serious Photography. I almost never do any Serious Photography in 35mm, though, so it doesn't get used a lot.

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Canon EOS Rebel XS. I got this at a used camera store in Ohio for thirty bucks. The autofocus system doesn't work. I put in a split-prism focusing screen and adapted an M42 lens onto it and it's a fun little camera for when I'm in the mood for a manual-focus SLR but don't wanna shoot film.

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Canon EOS RT. This is basically an EOS 650 (i.e., the first ever model in Canon's EOS line) but with a pellicle mirror (i.e., the mirror doesn't flip out of the way and it's only partially-mirrored so as to let light through to the film. So, a film SLR with no mirror slap and no mirror blackout. Very weird experience)

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Canon PowerShot SD1400IS. I was using CHDK on this, but wasn't able to get it to auto-boot to CHDK, so I had to manually get it to boot into CHDK every time I turned off the camera, which was super annoying.

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Canon Sure Shot. I accidentally have two of these, so I need to find a friend I can give the spare to (or a friend who'll sell it on eBay and split the profit with me)

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File: DJI Mavic Air 2.jpg (662 KB, 1000x750)
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DJI Mavic Air. Fun fact: I currently have a thumb wound from trying to catch this thing while it was landing a couple of days ago. The real worry is that, now my drone has tasted blood, it might want more.

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File: Franka Rolfix 1.jpg (243 KB, 1000x409)
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Franka Rolfix 1. This is a 120 folder, but I was shooting 35mm in it with an adapter for panoramic shots.

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File: Fujifilm X-T1.jpg (646 KB, 1000x667)
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Fuji X-T1. My usual go-to when I'm going out with no specific plan to take pictures, or when I want to bring along a digital as backup to a film camera. Small, light, and capable.

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File: Instax Mini 10.jpg (358 KB, 742x1000)
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Instax Mini 10. The model thought the Instax was really fun so I gave her one of my Instax Mini 8s. So, one less camera I have to shoot this year.

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File: Kiev 6C.jpg (804 KB, 985x1000)
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Kiev-6C. This has been my go-to medium format since I got it. It's weird and quirky, but I like the chonky-soviet-boy SLR form factor. The form factor makes up for the annoyance that it has (effectively) no light meter and my particular copy is fucked up and hard to load.

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Konica Autoreflex TC. This was actually the first time I'd used this--a former coworker gave it to me to use as cubicle decoration and I never thought to actually try shooting with the damn thing until this project.

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Leica M9. This is the #2 camera (955 photos so far this year) mentioned in the 5D Mark III photo above because it's just so much fun to shoot with.

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Focal Length (35mm Equiv)35 mm
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File: Mamiya 645 Pro.jpg (768 KB, 732x1000)
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Mamiya 645 Pro. For when I want to shoot medium format but don't want to deal with manual exposure.

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Mamiya RB67. For when I want a fuckin' workout and it's arm day. And, I suppose, when I want a real big negative.

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File: Minolta X-700.jpg (536 KB, 1000x663)
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Minolta X-700. Bought this fairly recently from an antique store and it's my new favorite manual 35mm SLR. Which is a lot of qualifiers, but still. Very nice little camera. Very satisfying mirror kachunka.

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Nikon Coolpix S4000. Picked up at a Goodwill Outlet store for under a buck. Not bad for a digital point & shoot I got for effectively free.

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Nikon D70. Old and a little sticky, but still takes good photos.

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Nikon D700. What I shoot when I wanna shoot Nikon. But I rarely wanna shoot Nikon, so it spends most of its time on my shelf.

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Nikon D7000. I'm glad that Nikon is switching to mirrorless because if they ever release a D7, I'm going to feel compelled to buy it just to complete the sequence.

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Nikon FG. Fun Fact: I shot about 40 pictures on this before I realized I hadn't loaded the film properly. On the plus side, I didn't waste any film.

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Nikon N60. Another Goodwill Outlet find. The prong that controls the aperture was bent when I got it, which made it fuck up its exposures, but I fixed it.

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Nikon N90s. This guy's rubber covering is old and so it's kind of sticky. I need to take some rubbing alcohol to it to get the old rubber off and make it just plastic.

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Nikon One-Touch point & shoot. Has a weird little autofocus distance indicator in the viewfinder that works by moving a physical tab over a physical picture representing the distance in the viewfinder.

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Olympus Infinity Jr. Not sure why it's "Jr" when it's bigger than the Olympus Infinity.

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Olympus Infinity Stylus. Ten bucks at an antique store. I wouldn't recommend anyone pay much more than that for one of these.

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Olympus IS-10. A weird 35mm-era bridge camera--it's technically an SLR, but it has point & shoot controls and a fixed lens. Another camera that I bought years ago but never actually used until this project.

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Olympus LT Zoom 105. Weird little point & shoot that's designed to look super premium (e.g., it has leather coverings) even though there's nothing particularly exciting about it as a camera.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5. For when I want a larger-sensor digital camera that'll fit in my pocket.

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Pentax K-50. Pentax offered this with customizable body/grip colors, so my particular copy is a horrifying combination of pink and yellow

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Pentax SF-1. I have no memory of getting this camera. It may have just been pulled in by the general gravity of my camera collection. Either that or I just picked it up at a goodwill and didn't think much about it.

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Polaroid Spectra. I had one pack of expired film for this. Now I'll never have any film for it again. This was the best shot I got.

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Sigma DP2 Merrill. One of my least favorite digital cameras to work with, but the results are almost worth it.

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Sigma DP2 (non-Merrill). Photos aren't as nice as the newer Merrill version, but it doesn't force me to use Sigma Digital Photo Pro, so big advantage.

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Sony A7 Mark II. There are a few specific things that this camera does better than any of my others (e.g., lets me use old manual Minolta glass on a full frame digital sensor), but it's my least favorite full frame digital.

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Sony A33. This camera's also pretty shit. I mostly bought it because I had some A-mount glass and I wanted something I could use it on and the A to E adapters are expensive and have shitty compatibility.

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Sony A6000. All of the disadvantages of the A7 Mark II, but with a crop sensor and worse form factor! I bought this because I had a dream where I found one for cheap in a thrift store, and it made me want to buy one in real life, and I have regrets.

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Sony NEX-C3. The only thing I like about this camera is that I was able to score a really cheap underwater hard case for it, so it's my go-to if I need to do any underwater photography.

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Yashica A. This camera was in pretty bad condition when I got it but I replaced the shitty plastic coverings with genuine red leather and it looks fuckin' pimp now.

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Yashica T4 Super D. I got this for less than a buck at the goodwill outlet because it looked sad and I felt sorry for it, then discovered when I googled it that these things go for hundreds of dollars on eBay.

(Last time I told this story, someone accused me of being a liar because their Goodwill Outlet has a slightly different pricing structure than mine)

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Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515. I'd never used this and had legitimately forgotten that I owned it until I went through and did my camera census. Was pretty excited when I discovered it. Then I fucked up because I didn't understand its weird frame counter setup and wasted half of my film.

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And that's it until I get more film scans back.
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>>3928536
so many cameras and so few decent picture to show for. the cunny is always greatly appreciated tho
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lmao you’re fat
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very cool thread, thank you ac-san. I have a ton of cameras sitting in a box too. This is inspiring me to go shoot more.
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>>3928555
You need to discipline the drone whenever it gets bitey and reward it when it lands gracefully. Eventually the behavior will be learned, or you'll just need a new drone.
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>>3928545
I don't know what it is but I love the look of Digital Rebel photos.
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>>3928547
I remember you, Velvia anon
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>>3928545
>Canon Digital Rebel.
That’s a 450D right?
I’m still amazed at the quality of pic I could get from mine even with kit lenses.
These 2 shots were single JPGs converted to B&W. Minimal editing.
Screenshots because shit connection timing out otherwise.
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>>3928545
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>>3928616
> This is inspiring me to go shoot more.
I recommend it. It's like that recurring dream I have where I'm at a flea market or an abandoned building and find a bunch of old camera gear, except in real life.

>>3928713
>You need to discipline the drone whenever it gets bitey
Unfortunately, I can never say no to the little guy. It's gonna end up like Little Shop of Horrors, where I go around murdering unpleasant people to feed to my drone.

>>3928793
Bigger stalker points go to >>3928616 who remembers the tripcode I haven't used in a year or two.

>>3928796
>That’s a 450D right?
300D, so a few generations earlier than that.

But yeah, the difference in image quality between old APS-C cameras and new APS-C cameras is not nearly as big as camera companies would like you to think, especially when looking at the photo at typical laptop LCD resolutions and at low ISOs.
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>>3928813
>Bigger stalker points go to >>3928616 who remembers the tripcode I haven't used in a year or two.
You have a very unique and particular subject matter, plus a near religious adherence to the old 1000x rule and NO CROPPING EVER. Plus we were both tripfags in the Mesozoic era (2007ish to 2013ish), so for me it's more of a fond nostalgia for the olden golden times when you post.

There are worse things to be said about your photography than "instantly recognizable and attributable."
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>>3928813
You constantly post here with the exact same language and exact same horrible models.
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>>3928536
interesting, why do you have so many cameras? I don't get it really.

also why do you take so many pictures of ugly bitches?

some of the other photos were good
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>>3929355
>interesting, why do you have so many cameras? I don't get it really.
I enjoy photography. Part of what I enjoy about photography is playing with different cameras.

>>3928852
Yep; to clarify, I called you a stalker as gentle ribbing, not legitimate complaint.
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Got some more film scans back, so here's eight more.

Olympus Mju Zoom 115. FUN FACT: Sometimes when you obsessively hoard cameras, you'll discover that a camera you've been holding onto for years doesn't *actually* work. Not sure what happened here--either the meter's way off or the DX coding didn't work or something. Or maybe The Darkroom just fucked up the development. Regardless, I actually hated using this camera (waaaaay too easy to accidentally turn off, and the cycle of waiting for the lens to retract and extend was really slow and annoying), so I'm not going to bother with a second test roll. Into the Goodwill bin it goes.

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Canon Sure Shot WP-1. This camera is waterproof, so I went out in the pouring rain to shoot with it and got soaked to the bone.

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Canon EOS Rebel 2000. I like how this camera spools all of the film out when you first load it and then counts down instead of up (which also protects any film you've already shot if you accidentally open the back). I don't know why more cameras don't do this.

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Ansco Shur-Flash. This is an antique box camera with no controls other than the shutter, and I'm amazed that the results I got were as good as they were. Like, the lens is REAL wobbly towards the edges and the image is very strongly curved, but for a camera that's about as simple as a camera can be made, it's not bad.

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Ansco Viking. I was pretty impressed with this one, too. It's actually a 616 camera rather than 120, but I managed to get an adapter to let me run 120 spools through it and it turned out okay. Since 616 is bigger than 120, it shoots edge to edge.

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Canon New Sure Shot. I hate the name of this thing--it's an entirely different camera than the Canon Sure Shot, but it's just labeled "Canon Sure Shot". Canon's website calls it the "new sure shot" so I've gone with that name. It's also called the Autoboy W28 in Japan, which seems better and very Japanese. All of the shots I took with it came out a little underexposed, but I think that might be that the film is expired rather than a problem with the camera.

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Canon Sure Shot 60 Zoom. I found this in my car. I have no memory of buying it. It worked, though, so yay.

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Diana. These also turned out a bit better than I expected, but I have to remember that the viewfinder is even less accurate than I assumed it would be, and I assumed it would be basically zero accuracy.

Sent out my next batch of film today, so it'll be a while before I can post more.

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Canon PowerShot A630. I was running CHDK on this so I could get RAWs out of it, but the CRWs all came out unreadable for some reason. This photo is objectively fucked from a technical perspective, but I like the sense of motion that it gives the horse, and the blur is nice for covering up the low image quality of the 8MP point & shoot sensor.

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>>3928768
>I don't know what it is but I love the look of Digital Rebel photos.
Probably just that if you're looking at a photo from a Digital Rebel in the year of our lord 2021, it's because that was a really good photo from a Digital Rebel that survived the test of time.

Not sure why you'd like the look of a Digital Rebel photo that I took a few months ago, though. Might just be that you actually like the look of the Canon 35mm f/1.4L that I shot that with? Or maybe it's because it's so slow and shitty that you really have to pay attention to what you're doing instead of letting the camera's automation handle everything?
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Next film batch!

Dynax 404si. It's interesting how film SLRs went through a sort of cambrian explosion of control layouts in the post-Autofocus, pre-Digital era. This camera has a control wheel, but has a weird button-based system for changing modes and stuff where you turn a wheel to select what setting you're changing, then hold down a button and turn the control wheel to change it. It's not *good*, but it's *different*, and that's kind of interesting.

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Pentax Auto 110. I was worried this camera was broken since the last batch of film I got back from it was way, way underexposed, but this set came out fine, so I'm guessing the film in the last cartridge was the weak link. It was a couple of years expired, but it gave me a look like it was at least a decade expired and stored in a hot car the whole time. Lomo Orca turned out fine, though.

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Canon EOS Rebel TI. One of Canon's final film rebels, so it basically feels like shooting with a digital rebel. It even has an LCD screen on the back (although it's just a black & white LCD for displaying settings and stuff), so I don't feel quite as stupid when I accidentally try to chimp after taking a film photo.

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Olympus Infinity Stylus Epic Zoom 80. Much more comfy little Olympus zoom p&s than >>3929470, even disregarding the fact that this one actually worked.

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Minolta Freedom Zoom 140ex. Just a run of the mill 90s-style point & shoot.

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Yashica Samurai X3.0. This is a WEIRD little camera. Half-frame 35mm, fixed-lens SLR with autofocus only and no real manual controls, and it looks and handles more like a camcorder than like a still camera. My ex bought this for me at a thrift store as a present, which was really sweet of her, but now I'm reminded of her every time I use it.

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Mamiya C220. One of my more recent purchases, picked up at an antique store on the way home from the trip where I shot >>3929474 and >>3929472. I was deeply angry at myself for only bringing one roll of 120 on that trip, so I wasn't able to play with the Mamiya on the drive home.

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>>3932029
I am cracking up at the dudes wrist bands. Makes me think of the South Park WOW guy, but for chess
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I have only two cameras, a film and an old crop DSLR. Even those are two too many for my wife... "why can't you use your phone like normal people do", she says.
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>>3932044
Gotta stay safe. If you're moving a pawn and your hand doesn't have enough friction, you could drop it and someone could then trip on it and they could DIE.

Not to mention it helps with the aerodynamics, which is obviously super important in speed chess matches like this.

>>3932055
I hope she's amazing in other ways, because someone not respecting or at least tolerating their partner's hobbies is a big ol' red flag.

What cameras do you have? You should buy more cameras. Cameras are fun.
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Cool thread anon! Makes me want to get out and shoot
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>>3932067
>Cool thread anon! Makes me want to get out and shoot
Thanks. And glad to hear it!
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>>3928549
Was that difficult to do? I've wanted to do that for a long time because I love the split screen focus on my old Bentacks ME Super and I have an old d20 or 20d, I can't remember. Whichever is the old Canon line.
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>>3928549
Oh, also meant to say I really enjoyed this thread, I hope you finish the hundred
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>>3932242
I remember it being a little fidgety and annoying to get it in, but a lot less hassle than I’d originally assumed given that that model doesn’t officially support swapping out the focusing screen. It varies from model to model, though, so the 20d might be more difficult.
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Kodak EasyShare C713. This camera is shit, don't buy it. I'm always a little amazed at how truly bad Kodak is and has always been at making cameras. Like, hey, you know what would make a great user experience? Make them enter in the fucking date and time every time it loses power. EVERY time, not just if the batteries are removed for a long time. Want to put in new batteries? There goes your clock. Want to take out the memory card so you can copy your pictures off of it? There goes your clock. Oh, and the clock only goes up to 2025, so good thing I used it now. And into a box it goes, probably never to be touched again.

On the plus side, I scored a Pentax MV for fourteen bucks at the antique store where I took this picture.

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>>3928559
what a textured person.
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Minolta DiMAGE X60. Definitely better than the Kodak I shot with the other day, but still a point & shoot digital. I've got a bunch more of these to get through and I'm Unenthusiastic about them.

While I was out shooting with this camera, the World Naked Bike Ride started riding right in front of me and I had to run back to my car to grab a real camera.

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>>3932582
Sounds like your beef is with leaky caps or dead batteries rather than the camera itself.
Do you think time is eternal inside those electronics? turn on an old PS1 and you will have to put the clock again all the time.
>And into a box it goes, probably never to be touched again.
>muh clock
Buy a Rolex then rather than cameras, returd
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>>3932034
>>3932035
How are all of your models so overweight?
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>>3933223
Lol. Good job with the critical thinking there, bro.
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Fuji FinePix A500. The pix are fine, I guess, for a 5.1MP point & shoot. It offers a "manual" mode which unlocks exposure compensation and white balance and nothing else beyond what you get in auto.

In retrospect, should've shot this on a sunnier day. f/3.3 and a max of ISO 400 aren't the best for gloomy twilight.

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>>3928549
hoke moseley is great, i have not read that one, though
>>3932582
focus on one
>>3928540
this one is nice
>>3928566
this one is nice as well
>>3928542
this one is pointless
>>3928585
delete, don't ever post again
>>3928557
this one is like because books

Some hitnmiss along as well. Gravitating slightly towards hit. Other than that, after you're done with this project, shelve all your cams and all your lenses for half a year, and only shoot with one camera and one lens, and work on your style. It looks like random rpt in here.
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>>3933573
>after you're done with this project, shelve all your cams and all your lenses for half a year, and only shoot with one camera and one lens, and work on your style
Jesus, that sounds soul-crushing. I'd rather just have fun taking pictures if that's okay.

You have to keep in mind that you're not seeing a specific unified theme here, just me having fun with my camera collection. If anything, I've been curating them for extra randomness.

If it helps, though, I've probably taken more pictures this year with a single camera/lens combo than you've taken total in the past year and a half.

>hoke moseley is great, i have not read that one, though
Neither have I. I found that weird little tableau set up in a parking lot near my house. It was very strange and I'm very curious about where all of that came from.

>this one is pointless
Here's an alternate shot from the 70D if you'd like, from the same day as >>3933217

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Canon EOS 40D. This used to be my main camera many, many years ago. Still a pretty nice little camera.

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Sony DSC-P100. An old 5.1MP point & shoot which, surprisingly, I don't hate as much as I expected to. It's even got a fully manual exposure mode, which is rare for a P&S like this.

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Great thread. I also love using new cameras and I've owned dozens although mostly digital. I only keep 2 or 3 at a time as well as I don't like having too much money tied up in depreciating assets.
What lenses do you have for your M9? I'm considering getting an M rangefinder
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Are you a professional photographer?
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>>3934560
> I only keep 2 or 3 at a time as well as I don't like having too much money tied up in depreciating assets.
I don't generally worry about that sort of thing. Which is why I've been carrying five digits worth of credit card debt for the past few years. But hey, on the bright side, I'll probably die soon and then Visa's gonna be stuck holding the bill!

> What lenses do you have for your M9?
My Leica lens collection is moderately embarrassing, and everyone says I'm shooting Leica exactly wrong because of it, but:
1. 7Artisans 50/1.1
2. 7Artisans 28/1.4
3. 7Artisans 35/2
4. Voigtländer Ultron 28/1.9
5. Jupiter-8 50mm f/2
6. And my only piece of actual Leica glass, a Leica Hektor 13.5cm f/4.5, literally the cheapest Leica M lens I could find anywhere because it's an ancient and relatively shitty lens and no one wants to shoot a telephoto on Leica.

But Leica exif lies and says I have genuine Leica glass, and that's the important thing, right?

>>3934562
>Are you a professional photographer?
Depends how you define professional.

If you're asking if anyone has ever paid me to take pictures for them, then yeah, a bunch of times. I could probably make it into a job if I wanted to.

If you're asking if I actually make money from photography, then no, I always immediately spend any money I get on more camera gear I don't need and also spend a significant chunk of my paycheck from my actual day job on that as well. Photography is a big dark hole that I throw money down and then set it on fire, not a revenue stream.
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>>3934598
Sounds like you have major spending issues. Why do this to yourself?
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>>3932055
Sell the cameras and start buying guns. If she tells you to get rid of the guns too, just tell her that you phone can't shoot bullets. Then she'll be begging you to go back to your camera hobby.
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Canon PowerShot SD600. I actually started out with three of these little boxy PowerShots, including the two models that came before the 600, but the other two had broken LCDs and I decided I didn't want to deal with that so I chucked 'em in the Goodwill bin. Loaded CHDK on this pretty easily.

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If I were smart, I would've started with more of the cameras I'm unenthusiastic about instead of putting those off to the end. Now it's almost entirely point & shoots.

Still to shoot (not counting any new cameras I pick up before the end of the year):
1. Agfa Isolette
2. Canon AS-6
3. Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
4. Fuji FinePix S2940WM
5. Instax Mini 8
6. Instax Mini 9
7. Kodak DCS210 Plus
8. Kodak EasyShare C182
9. Minolta SR-T-SC II
10. Nikon Coolpix 2000
11. Olympus Camedia C-4000
12. Olympus Infinity Accura Zoom XB 700
13. Polaroid 103
14. Polaroid 360
15. Polaroid Barbie Cam
16. Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W310
17. Sony MVC-FD100
18. Unbranded pink 35mm P&S
19. Unbranded pink digital P&S
20. VTech KidiZoom
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Kodak DCS210. Oh man, I was like "Wow, this scene looks amazing through the viewfinder, and it looks great on the tiny thumbnail LCD on the back. How bad could the image quality on this be?" Turns out bad. Also, this thing is so old that it fucked up my photo import script (it stores its files in a slightly different location on the card than every other camera I own, and doesn't datestamp the files in the filesystem properly). Keeping this in case I ever want to participate in the Digishit thread.

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Nikon Coolpix 2000. This one's only 2MP ("2.0 Effective Megapixels" according to the sticker on the front), but the pictures seem way more than twice the quality of the DCS210 from yesterday. I don't hate the images I got from this. What I *do* hate is the control scheme, like how you need to dive several layers deep into the menu to set exposure compensation, or how the flash always resets to "Auto" when you turn it on and turning it off requires you to press the flash mode button four times in a row.

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>>3928536
Do you have any recommendations on an older point and shoot with a viewfinder that I can get for less than £150 or so? Any hidden gems?
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>>3928536
Holy fuck I though I was a gear fag, how does one acquire nearly 100 cameras?
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>>3936441
>Holy fuck I though I was a gear fag, how does one acquire nearly 100 cameras?
Quick algorithm:
1. Purchase camera
2. If number of cameras is less than 100, go to step 1
3. Done

But yeah, basically I've got a six figure salary and I like playing around with different cameras, so this is what I spend a lot of my money on.

>>3936436
>Do you have any recommendations on an older point and shoot with a viewfinder that I can get for less than £150 or so? Any hidden gems?
I'm assuming you're talking digital since it's hard to find a film p&s with no viewfinder.

Older Canon PowerShots are pretty nice, especially if you can find something in the G series or the A series (e.g., the A630 that I've got). They've got larger-than-average sensor sizes (1/1.7", I think, or maybe 1/1.8" instead of the more common 1/2.5" or 1/3" in point & shoots), let you control your exposure settings manually, and will shoot in DNG raw if you load CHDK on 'em.

I definitely wouldn't pay £150 or even $150 for any point & shoot camera, though, film or digital. The difference in quality between the best point & shoot that you might spend real money on and a point & shoot you can pick up at a thrift store for five bucks (or pounds or whatever) on any average day is pretty minimal, so better to use that money on a *good* camera. The quality of the images you get out of any camera are going to be more down to the skill of the photographer than the quality of the camera in any case (assuming it's beyond a certain minimum threshold that cameras like >>3935934 don't pass).

I don't think any of the P&S cameras in my collection right now cost me more than about $20, and the majority were probably less than a dollar.
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>>3936473
Thanks gearbro.
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Kodak EasyShare C182. Not awful, for a Kodak, although my copy has a slightly broken battery door so I'm afraid it'll catch on fire when it's in my pocket. Pictures are fine, controls are meh (another one where you can set EV comp but you have to menu dive several levels).

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Wake up, babe, new film scans just dropped.

Ultronic Panoramic. Basically a toy camera (fixed/small aperture, single mechanical shutter speed, all-plastic construction including the lens) set up to crop to a panoramic ratio. Still, I don't hate the photos I got from this.

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Pentax MV. Picked this up at an antique store for $14 with... some sort of lens. Aperture-priority automatic camera, takes easy-to-acquire non-mercury button cells. Not a bad little camera for fourteen bucks.

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Canon SureShot Tele. I have unfairly maligned this camera in the past because a few of the photos I got the first time I shot with it turned out weirdly soft, almost like there was a soft-focus filter over the lens. Turns out, there's a soft-focus filter built in that you can slide over the lens and I forgot that I did exactly that. So I guess this camera isn't as bad as I thought it was? Still not great, but not as bad as I thought.

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Nikon Nikkormat. A former friend gave me this camera after her dad died. I don't think I ever used it. It's a pretty nice little pre-AI manual Nikon.

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Sears TLS. Old m42 screw-mount body that I found for super cheap with a 50/1.4 mounted on it. Mostly bought it for the lens, since m42 is easy to adapt to other systems. The light meter doesn't work (even with a mercury-battery-compatible known-good battery in it) which is a bummer, but it's all mechanical so still perfectly usable if you eyeball the exposure or use an external light meter.

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Samsung Maxima 40R. Basic auto-everything point & shoot. I don't think there's even a way to tell it not to fire the flash. This camera already had a roll of film in it, and it was *heavily* expired (as you can probably tell from the shot). I'm guessing the film was already in there and expired when I bought it from a thrift store, and I bought it from the thrift store *at least* a decade ago. There were three old shots on the roll from when I got it, and one of them was of my now-ex girlfriend who I haven't seen since 2011, so that's how long the film had been sitting around losing potency.

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Canon EOS Elan 7N. I actually bought this as a cheap for-parts camera because my Elan 7NE (>>3928547) had a broken film door latch and I wanted to cannibalize this one. However, when it got here, I discovered that the reason it was being sold for cheap was that it was broken in exactly the same way. Of course, then I discovered that you could buy just the replacement latch part on eBay for pretty cheap and it's a pretty simple repair, so I bought two and fixed 'em both.

This was also shot with heavily expired film that I happened to find in my film fridge. No idea where it came from or how long it had been in there. Looks like it needs about a +1 exposure adjustment when I shoot the other roll of it, though.

That's all the new scans for now. I've got a couple new cameras to add to >>3935539 though, because I found a Pentax K-30 in my basement that I thought I'd gotten rid of, and I got a new battery for my Olympus Stylus 770SW and discovered that it actually does work.

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Sony FD Mavica DMC-FD100. I had to hit eBay to get a card for this because I don't think I own any floppy disks and all of the MemorySticks that I own are MemoryStick Pro or MemoryStick Duo, both of which are too new for this. Controls are awful. Handling is awful. It's a big chonky boy with a fuckin' floppy drive built into it. My copy is missing a bunch of screws so it feels extremely rickety. Resolution is 1.2MP. I just got it for those rare times that I want to participate in the digishit thread.

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Olympus Camedia C-4000 Zoom. This is actually not a bad little camera!

The good: f/2.8 constant zoom. 1/1.8" sensor. Full manual controls available. Easy to activate exposure compensation. Optical viewfinder. Can save as uncompressed TIFF. This was a really high-end camera in its day.

The bad: Its day was in 2002, so it's only 4MP. And it takes SmartMedia cards, which are shockingly limited. They max out at 128MB. I've got a 64MB card, and the max quality files it can output (fullsize TIFF) will fill that in only 5 photos. Highest quality JPEG isn't much better, filling my card after 25. I shot at "high quality" instead of "super high quality" and could only fit about 50 shots on the card. Even if I had the highest-capacity 128MB card, that sucks.

The ugly: I hate, hate, hate cameras that always default to flash=on when you turn them on, and this camera does that. Especially shameful with a camera intended to be as high-end as this one.

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Why even have this many 'ras?
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cool thread. average /p/ user wishes she took as many photos as you do
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>>3928541
looks like POV of her shitting into your mouth.
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>>3937832
>Why even have this many 'ras?
Allow me to answer your question with a question: Why the hell would you abbreviate "cameras" to "'ras"?

>>3937840
>cool thread. average /p/ user wishes she took as many photos as you do
Thanks! Although my experience has been that /p/ weirdly fetishizes taking *fewer* pictures.

>>3937855
>looks like POV of her shitting into your mouth.
I actually shot those ones with the 5D Mark III.
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>>3937904
>Why the hell would you abbreviate "cameras" to "'ras"?
Well you know how people call pizza a 'za
I thought the same could apply to cameras, or 'ras as I call em
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>>3937909
Fair enough.

>>3937832
>Why even have this many 'ras?
Why not?

I like taking pictures, and I like playing with different cameras, and the majority of them were extremely cheap finds at second-hand stores. There are literally two cameras in the entire collection that I bought new.
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>>3937196
God help you if you get a broken one. These things are a bitch to open up, as for some reason Ricoh used cross-point screw heads and torqued the hell out of all of them. The need for a 1mm pin spanner isn't helpful either.
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Sony CyberShot DSC-W310. My copy of this camera still has dust on it from the Playa from when I loaned it to my ex to take to Burning Man a few years back. Fuckin' playa dust gets fuckin' everywhere. Also, it kind of sucks. More than I'd expect from a 2010-vintage camera, but I guess it was a really low end 2010-vintage camera.

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Fuji FinePix S2940WM. Little superzoom I picked up at a thrift store the other day. It had an old battery basically glued into the compartment with leak/corrosion, but once I was able to pry it out with a multitool (and Goo-Gone'd the enormous $5 price sticker off of the LCD) it worked fine. Well, as fine as you can expect from a superzoom like this--f/slow lens, very cheap build, no raw, no auto-ISO, no control wheel, etc.

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Agfa B2 Speedex. I think this guy has a bit of a light leak issue, based on some of the other shots. Even so, shots turned out surprisingly good given that and given that it's manual focus without so much as DoF guides on the lens to help with zone focusing, much less anything like a rangefinder. I had to focus with a different camera whose lens had distance markings, then transfer that distance to the Agfa's lens.

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Fuji Instax Mini 9. An ex of mine gave this to me as a present. She got me the limited edition yellow one 'cause it's my favorite color, which was very sweet of her.

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Canon PowerShot SX20 IS. Of my small-sensor digitals, this is probably the nicest, especially with CHDK to give me raw capability. Also, the ridiculous zoom range is actually kinda nice sometimes.

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Unbranded pink P&S. OH SHIT, this is bad. Worse than that shitty Kodak from >>3935934, at least in terms of image quality, although honestly it handles better. What's really weird about this thing is that it is totally unbranded. There is literally NOTHING written on the (pink and yellow) exterior of this camera. I assumed there would be some sort of information in the EXIF, but nothing there either. There's no "About" screen in the menus either. Nothing. Nada. Zilch. The thing's a ghost.

Based on the tiny size (I thought it was a literal toy at first when I spotted it at the Goodwill), pink color, and things like froggy-face filters you can turn on, I'm guessing this was aimed at small children, but I feel like the controls are too convoluted for the average child to figure out--I was only able to figure it out because I work in software development and so have experienced a lot of badly-developed software in my life.

Among other fun features, it appears to have a 640x480 sensor but there are menu options to output as 1.3MP, 2MP, 3MP, 5MP, 8MP, or 12MP. At first, I was impressed that it seemed to be 12 megapixels and thought it was just a side effect of smartphones making tiny high-res sensors super cheap, but then I actually got the photos off of the camera and this is what I found. You get blotchy pixellated photos at any resolution other than VGA.

That being said:
1. It's surprisingly responsive! Like, no shutter lag!
2. Has an internal USB-rechargeable battery
3. Uses micro SD cards (and it came with a 32GB card, which isn't too shabby, which included a bunch of shitty pictures taken by the child who owned it before me)
4. It has a selection of video games. Honestly, it's worth keeping just for the games, I think. Some of these are kinda fun.
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>>3928564
Wait till your capacitor blows out and you have to throw out the camera, just get an SRT-102.
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>>3939034
So you looked through this whole thread and your takeaway was “this dude needs to buy another camera on the off chance that this one camera out of his 100+ other cameras fails some day “?
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>>3939079
My takeaway was that I had a x-700 and I am warning them of what will happen in the future. It is a ticking time bomb and a mechanical camera is better for long term use and cheaper since it's a minolta.
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Fuji Instax Mini 8. I found this at the Goodwill and it was missing some pieces (the bit of plastic on the front of the lens assembly, and the diffuser plastic over the flash), but it was basically free, so I grabbed it. It was mine at the time I took these photos, but it's not mine anymore because I gave it to the model as a present because they'd expressed some interest in owning an instant film camera and I've got a Mini 9 and Mini 10 that are both in better condition than this Mini 8.

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Lytro Illum. This is a weird one--it's a light-field camera, so it records depth info in addition to the normal flat color info, which means you can use it to make awesome 3D photos where the viewer can look through the scene changing the focus and (a little bit) even changing the angle of the shot.

... or you could, except that Lytro exited the camera business a few years back and shut down the website where you could share lightfield photos and do all of the cool depth things. So now you can export as a little video where you look through the depth of the photo, or you can just export them as JPEGs, which is what I did here.
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Pentax K-30. I didn't think I still owned one of these--it has the failure where the aperture solenoid is stuck, and I hadn't seen it in a while, so I'd assumed I'd sent it off to goodwill. Turned out it was just buried in a box in my basement. I found it while looking for a different camera I vaguely remembered owning.

It's still usable if you control the aperture manually on the lens, although that's a bit annoying. Part of me wants to pull it apart and file down the solenoid so it'll work perfectly, but another part of me thinks that's a lot of effort when I have a perfectly usable K50 for whenever I'm in the mood to shoot Pentax.

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>>3940032
>Fuck percocet
Interesting opinion.
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>>3939034
capacitors are easy fixes though???
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>>3940034
>Interesting opinion.
Probably had someone close to them die of an overdose. Opioid addiction is a big problem in country these days.
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It's the final countdown (do do dooo do, do do doot doo doo)

1. Canon AS-6
2. Hello Kitty
3. Minolta SR-T-SC II
4. Olympus Stylus 770SW
5. Olympus Infinity Accura Zoom XB 700
6. Polaroid 103
7. Polaroid 360
8. Polaroid Barbie Cam
9. Samsung Maxima 1450AF
10. VTech KidiZoom

Assuming I don't pick up any more random cameras before I finish shooting with these ten. Which is a pretty big assumption, given how often I pick up new cameras, although currently my car is in the shop which limits my scope a bit.

(This doesn't count a few film cameras that I've shot with but haven't gotten my negatives back from yet)
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Polaroid 600 Barbie camera. I found this in a thrift store in all its hot pink and neon green glory with Barbie branding all over it and thought to myself "There is no greater expression of how secure I am in my masculinity than owning and shooting with this camera". It's actually pretty good for a 600-series polaroid, too, with a built-in closeup filter and exposure compensation slider.

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Hello Kitty camera. According to the exif, this is actually an "NHJ Che-ez! FOXZ3", and as expected, it's not very good. Also, I think the lens on mine might be slightly fucked. Also also, the SD card slot on mine is definitely fucked up (but fortunately it's got some built-in memory, so I was still able to take pics with it). I might chuck this in the goodwill pile.

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Kodak EasyLoad 35 KE30. This is disposable-camera-level cheap and plasticy, but it *is* the easiest-to-load 35mm camera I've ever shot with, so there's that.

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Pentax Spotmatic. Basic old-school manual mechanical m42-mount 35mm SLR. My copy doesn't seem to have a working light meter anymore, even with a mercury-compatible battery.

Shot this at the same time as I shot my first pack of 4x5, but the darkroom hasn't uploaded scans from those yet and I'm more than a little bit worried about that because it was fucking expensive to shoot with. Hopefully it's just that sheet film takes 'em a bit longer and not that the post office lost the box they came in.

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>>3942878
What film?
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>>3943086
Delta 3200, hence it being grainy as fuuuuuuck.

I metered it at 1600, which presumably helped a little, but Delta 3200's just like that.
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Busch Pressman D. This is my 4x5 large format camera. I bought it on June 15, 2017, and this was the first time I ever actually used it.

In my defense, the lens that came with it was a little fucked up, so I needed to replace that, then I needed to buy film holders, then I needed to buy film, then I was just sort of paralyzed by the fact that the film and developing on this was so fucking expensive so I never actually shot anything with it until I started doing this project.

Unfortunately, I really like how these photos look, so I think I'm going to have to end up spending a shitload of money on 4x5 in the future.

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>>3928551
>I was using CHDK on this, but wasn't able to get it to auto-boot to CHDK, so I had to manually get it to boot into CHDK every time I turned off the camera, which was super annoying.
In case anyone was wondering: Switching to a 4GB card fixed this. I guess this model doesn't work with the little trick where it makes two partitions on the card to handle the fact that it can't boot CHDK from a FAT32 volume.

It's a much nicer little camera now that I've figured that out. Extremely tiny and pocketable, but can shoot raw.
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Olympus Stylus 770SW. This camera can shoot underwater, so I really want to take it out again to make use of that instead of just using it as a boring point & shoot on dry land, but I wanted to post something else since my thread is already on page 8 and it'll be a couple of days before my most recent batch of film scans gets back.

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>>3943481
Do you have 9 more photos with it? Don't make me go to your goddamned flickr.
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>>3945804
Five of the remaining ones aren't blue-board safe. The remaining four aren't great because I was using a cheap LED stick for my primary light source and it wasn't great. But here you go.

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>>3945804
This model is also a professional photographer herself, and she was the one who sold me the camera back in 2017.

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>>3945804
She'd never actually used the camera (other than as decoration and a prop) in the years she owned it, so I don't feel as bad as I could for dragging my ass so long on shooting with it.

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>>3945804
And this is the last of the shots I feel relatively comfortable posting on 4chan.

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>>3928536
now here's a gear thread that's actually good

why?
because OP takes photos

take note, gear spergs
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Olympus Infinity Accura Zoom XB 700. A chonky name for a chonky 35mm point & shoot. Clearly designed to be cheap and consumer friendly rather than good. Has a weird switch on the front that you have to hold down if you want the flash deactivated. Push the switch the other way and it's... something else? There's a picture of a mountain, which makes me think infinity focus or possibly a dedicated landscape mode. Either way, not a great camera for shooting in the early mornings (lens is f/5.6-9.6, which I think might make this the slowest non-pinhole lens I own), hence my decision to shoot with a roll of delta 3200.

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Samsung Maxima 1450af. Another pretty generic 90s point & shoot, although it has a few neat features. I decided to shoot an actual thematic sequence with this one, which I might post in its own thread.

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Minolta SR-T-SC II. This was my first 35mm camera and my first SLR and so I'm gonna keep it forever for sentimental reasons even though the fastest shutter speed no longer works. All of the other ones seem fine, though.

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Another weird little pink point & shoot with absolutely no branding (like >>3939019), but this time an old 35mm rather than a digital. As such, even though it's got a fixed-focus plastic lens, it's still a hell of a lot better than the digital. And it even gives you a choice of apertures, from f/6 to f/16. Also: Light leaks of some sort on some of the photos! Or possibly the winding mechanism is fucked up and some of them got double-exposed, Not 100% sure.

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>>3945821
>>3945822
>>3945824
>>3945825

Awesome, thanks for sharing. 4x5 is a blursed format. The image quality is beyond compare, but the price is too.
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>>3946548
>The image quality is beyond compare, but the price is too.
Yuuuup. I have a box of 25 slices of Arista.edu 100 and some serious wanderlust, so I was thinking of taking a road trip and shooting that. But another part of me is thinking about the cost to develop all of that (even if I do it myself) and doubling over in pain. But goddamn, that shit's pretty.
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I think I'm down to just the two pack-film Polaroids and the KidiZoom now. The Canon AS-6 seems to have quietly died while sitting in a bin for the past couple of years. Womp womp.
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>>3947539
... Plus a weird little fixed-focus shitty 35mm camera with a 35-55mm zoom lens that I picked up at the Goodwill the other day just because I'd never seen a camera like that with a zoom lens before, even if 35-55mm is barely a zoom.
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Polaroid 360. Pretty much the pinnacle of the pack-film Polaroids. It really sucks that I won't get to shoot much more with this camera--I have two more boxes of pack film and then I'm pretty sure I'll never get to shoot it ever again (unless someone makes an Even More Impossible Project to bring pack film back).

It really sucks because I absolutely love the look of Fuji's discontinued pack film. And it still works even though it's been expired since 2014 (cold-stored the whole time).

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Canon PowerShot A3300 IS. I found this in a thrift store the other day for fifteen bucks, and it's kind of interesting because apparently Canon cheaped out on the lens and made up for it with software. When shooting at the wide end of the lens in JPEG it looks normal, but when I shoot raw (thanks to CHDK firmware) it's damn near a fisheye and I get a significantly wider field of view. Kind of a neat effect.

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VTech KidiZoom. Of the two shitty pink digital point & shoot cameras targeted at 3 year old girls that I shot with this year, this one was definitely the best. Still not very good, though.

This one also has games, but they seem to be slightly more advanced than the ones that >>3939019 has. Also, looks like it's legitimately 2MP, which sure is nice.

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Sony H300. Absolutely awful image quality. It fails at startup if the lens cap is still on the lens because it has to extend slightly and it can't when the lens is capped. Specs look good, but they're basically a lie because the shitty lens and shitty sensor aren't really giving you anywhere near 20MP worth of image data. So, standard Sony stuff.

I picked it up at a thrift store, and the EV compensation (which you have to menu-dive to find, naturally) was set to +1. I did a file recovery on the included memory card and found the previous owner's vacation snaps (no nudes, boo) and they were all one stop overexposed. I wonder how long they'd had that +1 set and were wondering why their photos always came out a little too bright.

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I've got like two rolls of film out at the lab and then I'm done with this project--deadline was last week and I managed to successfully use every one of my cameras that was working and still had media available for it.
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Thinking about owning this many cameras makes me so anxious. I have 5 and that's way too many. 95% of my photos were either on a Fuji XE or X100 model bc they're so small. Anything bigger just feels clunky at this point.
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>>3937795
Those old CCD sensors have such a nice vibe
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>>3955245
Fair enough. I really like playing around with different cameras, though, myself.

If it helps, about 90% of my photos are shot on either my 5D Mark III or my Leica. Probably a higher percentage in previous years, since I wasn't deliberately making an attempt to use all of my cameras those years.
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Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model. So, I was gifted this camera as a lamp. Someone had taken the flash attachment and converted it into a novelty lamp, and it had been sitting around in my basement on a shelf for a while. Towards the end of this project, I noticed it, and realized that only the flash part had been modified, so presumably the camera part was still, you know, a camera. Turns out it was! And since it's a Brownie Hawkeye, the mechanism is so braindead simple that it still worked even after sitting in my basement for who knows how long after having probably sat in someone else's basement for even longer. Of course, all of that meant that the lens was pretty fucked up, but still.

(Takes 620 film, which is just 120 on a smaller spool, and I was able to buy a roll that was pre-respooled)

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Yashica Electro 35. I picked this up for $3 at a flea market very shortly before my self-imposed deadline, which meant I had to scramble a little bit to find a battery for it (it takes a weird one). Fortunately, next-day shipping on Amazon made it possible.

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Minolta Talker. I managed to get two photos out of this thing before it died on me, at which point I popped it into a changing bag and carefully unspooled the film so I could shoot the rest of it in another camera. It's a shame, 'cause the two pics I got look pretty damn good. I actually had the chance to buy another one of these earlier this afternoon and I passed it up because I hadn't gotten the notification that my scans were ready yet.

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And that's it! I managed to use all of my cameras that were sufficiently functional and still had media available for them. The total ended up being 106, if my math is right.
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>>3956531
isi does better with one camera.
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>>3956531
Show me all of your cameras
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>>3928563
But you’re morbidly obese
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>>3956639
I can't right now--I'm on a road trip and this thread'll be gone by the time I'm home. Best I could do is a pic of the cameras I brought with me (5d3, 70D, Leica, Mavic Air 2, X-700, and Busch Pressman D)
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>>3956717
Fun Fact: On my trip, I picked up
1. An Olympus Stylus Infinity Zoom 105
2. A Minolta Maxxum 5000 (non-functional) with kit zoom
3. A Minolta Maxxum QTsi with kit zoom

I shot a roll each with the Olympus and QTsi, then traded all three in for a Canon EOS Elan IIe at a used camera shop in Seattle.

I think I technically got screwed on that deal given how readily the guy agreed to it, but I wasn't too enthusiastic about any of those cameras and I was pretty enthusiastic about picking up a film EOS for the back half of my road trip, so I think it worked out okay.
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>>3958845
+ a Yashica Dental Eye III.

This camera is super weird. Designed for dentists to take pictures of people's mouths. It's an auto-only, manual-focus SLR with a fixed 100mm macro lens with built-in ring flash. Can't take photos further away than roughly a tight head-and-shoulders portrait. Aperture is dependent on how closely you're focused. I ran a roll through it a couple of days ago and I'm really excited to see how it turns out.
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>>3956639
>Show me all of your cameras
Okay, so, I managed to keep the thread around long enough to get back from my road trip, so I'll try to get all of the cameras out for a big group shot tomorrow.
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>>3963075
Good to know that
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>>3956643

Wrong RB67 guy.

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>Show me all of your cameras
Okay, this took a ridiculously long time because I obviously had to do it in batches.

First up, Canons:
5d Mark III
40D (Stock)
40D (IR converted)

70D
Digital Rebel (300D)
Rebel XS

PowerShot A630
PowerShot A3300 IS
PowerShot SD600
PowerShot SD1400 IS
PowerShot SX20 IS

EOS 5
EOS RT
EOS 850

EOS Elan IIe (recent purchase)
EOS Elan 7NE
EOS Rebel 2000
EOS Rebel Ti

Canonet QL17 G-III
SureShot
New SureShot
SureShot Tele

SureShot 60 Zoom
SureShot WP-1

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>>3963287
Nikons

D70
D700
D7000

Nikkormat
FG
N60
N90S

One*Touch
Coolpix 2000
Coolpix S4000

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>>3963289
Olympus

Camedia C-4000 Zoom
Stylus 770SW
Infinity Stylus
Infinity Stylus Zoom 80

IS-10
Infinity Accura Zoom XB 700
Infinity Jr
LT Zoom 105

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>>3963290
Minolta

Dynax 404SI
X-700
srTsc-II

DiMAGE X60
Freedom Zoom 140EX Panorama Date
Explorer Freedom Zoom EX

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>>3963292
Sony

Cyber-shot DSC-P100
Cyber-shot DSC-P150
Cyber-shot DSC-W310
NEX C3

Alpha A33
Alpha A7 II
Alpha A6000

FD Mavica MVC-FD100
H300

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>>3963292
Pentax

Spotmatic
Auto 110

MV
SF1

K50
K30

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>>3963297
Kodak

Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model
DC210 Plus Zoom
EasyLoad 35 KE30
EasyShare C182
EasyShare C713

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>>3963298
Polaroid

Barbie branded 600
SX70 model 2
Land Camera 360

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>>3963299
Yashica

Electro 35
T4 Super D
Samurai X3.0
Dental Eye III
Yashica-A

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>>3963300
Mamiya

RB67
C220
645 Pro

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>>3963301
Misc medium format

Ansco Shur-Flash
Diana

Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515
Franka Rolfix 1
Agfa Ansco Viking
Kiev-6C

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>>3963302
Miscellaneous miscellaneous.

Lytro Illum
DJI Mavic Air 2
Konica Autoreflex TC
Sears TLS

Sigma DP2
Sigma DP2 Merrill
Panasonic Lumix GF5
Leica M9

Ultronic Panoramic
Samsung Maxima 1450AF
Samsung Maxima 40R
Busch Pressman D

VTech KidiZoom
Hello Kitty camera
Unbranded pink digital point & shoot
Unbranded pink 35mm point & shoot


There are probably a few I missed, there are definitely a few that I shot with but no longer own because I gave them away (e.g., I gave my Elan 7N to one of my exes since I have the superior Elan 7NE), and there are a few new ones that I bought after completing the project (CyberShot DSC-P150, Elan IIe, Yashica Dental-Eye III, Minolta Explorer Freedom Zoom EX), but this took a long time and I'm done with it now. Enjoy!

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>>3963158
Lol have you seen AC?
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>>3946503
best shot itt
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Oh wow, I'm amazed at how many cameras you have. Thanks for answering my request, anon!
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>>3937201
>>3928563
>>3928559
As a cummer, these are my favorites.
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>>3963433
Whoops, forgot to post the Fujis (because I was taking all of the camera pics with my X-T1 and had to switch for the shot with the X-T1 itself)

Instax Mini 10,
Instax Mini 9
Finepix S2940WM
Finepix A500
X-T1

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good photo thread.
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>>3965513
Thanks!

Since it's still up, and since I just got some film back, I guess I can post some shots from new cameras I've gotten since the end of my deadline.

Canon EOS Elan IIe. This has a sticky shutter, so a bunch of the shots I took came back black frames, which is a bummer. Other than that, it's a nice little camera, as you'd expect from a midrange film EOS.

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Minolta Explorer Freedom Zoom EX. Picked this up in a Goodwill on the Oregon coast and it's currently my favorite point & shoot film zoom.Mostly just because it's small and it starts up quickly.

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Minolta Maxxum QTsi. This is a piece of shit. Basically a point & shoot SLR, which isn't a type of camera I'm a huge fan of. If I'm gonna go to the hassle of dragging along something SLR sized, there should at least be some sort of manual controls attached, you know? It came with a roll of film already in the camera body and it was extremely expired, so the pics I took with it were also crap, which is something I could've compensated for if the camera body had something in the way of manual controls. I traded this in part for the Elan IIe with the sticky shutter, so I never have to touch it again.

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Olympus Stylus Infinity Zoom 105. Not a bad little point & shoot, but it was the other part of the trade for the Elan, so I don't have it anymore.

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Yashica Dental Eye III. This is a weird little camera. It's a Yashica SLR modified with a fixed 100mm manual-focus macro lens with built-in ring flash, designed to be used by dentist offices to take pictures of people's teeth. It has no branding on the camera itself, so I only know what it is and what it's for because I got the manual along with the camera when I bought it. The lens is a dedicated macro, so it won't focus farther than roughly a tight head-and-shoulders portrait. Need to run a roll of film through it to test out the ring flash next.

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>>3956522
not as good as bike, but it speaks to me also





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