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How many different digital cameras have we owned?
Old 10-15-2016   #1
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How many different digital cameras have we owned?

Now that digital cameras have been around for close to two decades, I wonder how we have behaved... No matter if they're small compact digital cameras, DSLR's, digital backs, old or new ones with any sensor size, how many different digital cameras have we bought and used? (Phones out, please...) Thanks!
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When it was new, maybe ten years ago, I bought a Fuji S3Pro to use my Nikon lenses... It's still working, and I like the way it renders skin... I've never owned any other digital camera with any other sensor size (S3pro is APS if I remember well, but haven´t used it these last couple of years). I have not bought a small digital camera ever, maybe because friends or relatives have one at hand usually... I use my S3Pro for color and low light only, mostly with my 85 1.8 for theater and portraiture... Obviously when I need images to share ASAP and the situation seems to be too urgent for Portra800...
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Hmmmm.... Hewlett Packard HP733 (stolen!), HP R817 (replacement for previous), Nikon D80, D7000, Coolpix S9400, N1J3, D750, Sony a6000. In that order. So eight but still have seven.
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After several years using a Nikon Coolpix compact camera, digital technology took off and evolved a lot over the last 7 years and I went through Canon T1i and 7D DSLRs, S90 and S110 compacts in rapid sequence.
Settled down with Canon 5D Mark III and Fuji X10 compact.
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Old 10-15-2016   #5
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I still own all the digitals I have bought. In 40 years, they'll be collectibles.
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Old 10-15-2016   #6
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Olympus D540 zoom - 3.2 MP. I won this in a drawing, so free.

Kodak P880 - 8 MP. Has a decent barrel distorting wide angle zoom equivalent to 24mm in 35mm film format. Goes to about 135mm at the other end.

Panasonic P&S that my wife uses.

That's it. I haven't bought a digital camera in 10 years. They all still work.
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Old 10-15-2016   #7
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I will probably forget one or two:
Nikon Coolpix 100: http://www.nikonweb.com/coolpix100/
Fuji FinePix MX-700
Olympus Camedia E10 (the camera that caused me to sell my Leicas)
Canon Powershot Pro-1
Nikon D300 (the camera that brought me back to film, via a Nikon FA)
Nikon D7200

I still have the last two, which I use mainly for work, but have bought many more film cameras since the FA, and mainly shoot film now, again.
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Old 10-15-2016   #8
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Seven altogether:
Pentax K100d, K20D, K5.
Ricoh GRD3, GRD4.
Fuji X-T1, X100T.

Still own and enjoy the Fujis and the GRD 4. Of the Pentaxes the only one I miss now is the K100D.
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I bought Pentax K10d in 2007, and used Olympus EP-1 around 2012-2013. Still have both, but use them less and less. I use M42 Zeiss Jena lenses on Pentax and C-mount cine lenses on Olympus.
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Old 10-15-2016   #10
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Quite a few. Can't remember them all. Most were unremarkable, the 'in development' middle products of an era in the throes of a paradigm shift.

The technology is much more stable now.

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Argus Super Seventy Five
My mother made me the offical family photographer. My father was a failure and I had no clue. Go figure.

Petri Ft
Bought just outside the Air Force Base gates.

Mamiya Sekor 500DTL
Stepping up to some better gear.

SRT-101
Bought this in Japan along with 3 lenses using American dollars.

Cannon TX
My future wife bought me this to replace my stolen Minolta kit. We hung onto the TX long time.

Canon A-1
A benchmark camera for me.

Minolta Maxxum 1000
Always had suspect eyesight but felt I needed an assist. My wife dubbed this camera 'Chuckie' after a sunset episode on the Eiffel Tower.

Hasselblad 500cm
Finally could afford a 'real' camera.

Olympus Canmedia C-3040Z(oom)
During the 1996 Mad Cow disease outbreak I did what any good photographer does - heads into trouble. Actually, deals from the USA hit rock bottom and I took advantage of it. Bought it to figure out this 'digital stuff.'

Sony DSC-F707
Used this to create a Miami Beach Art Deco walking tour book.

Nikon Coolpix 4500
Backup to the Sony (which failed twice and was repaired free by Sony both times)

At this point I still owned the Minolta Maxxum 1000 and the Hasselblad 500cm.

Nikon D70s
This camera made sense to me. I sold off the Hasselblad to finance a deep explore into DSLR.

Nikon D90
Great leap forward.

Nikon D7000
Waiting on a D300 replacement.

Fuji X100
Could it be?? No alas no. Sold it.

Fuji X-Pro
Again? Nope.

Fuji X100t
What about being fooled...

Fuji X-E2
I sell off the Nikon gear.

Fuji X-T1
hmmmm I'm sure the E3 and T2 will be a perfect match.

PS I still have the Olympus Canmedia C-3040Z. Yes it works.
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I put down 6-10 but after thinking about it for a few seconds the number is 15. All were work associated cameras. Wow I can't believe I bought that many but I've been shooting digital in my work for almost 17 years.

I still long for the old days of shooting film for clients. Last week I scanned some 6x6 Ektachrome Professional (E3 process) I shot and processed around 1971 and it reminded me just how beautiful that film was. Film just had a depth and presence unlike digital. I still shoot film for myself fortunately.
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I had to make a list to know the answer.

No particular order

Intel Webcam
Kodak 0.3MP P&S
HP 3.2MP P&S
HP 4MP P&S**
Fujifilm 10MP Bridge Camera**
Pentax K10D*
Pentax K100D**
Pentax K200D*
Pentax K-5
Pentax Optio M40***
Pentax Optio A40***
Pentax W90*
Pentax WG-II
Ricoh WG-20*
Canon G-2
Kodak EasyShare DC320
Sony NEX-5N
Sony RX100
Olympus E-PL1
Olympus E-PL2**
Pentax Q
= iPhone**
= iPhone 3GS
= Samsung Galaxy S3
= Samsung Galaxy S5


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= Mentioned but not counted towards total.
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Here are mine

Dear Board,

I was gifted an Olympus C2020 by a friend. He ruined me.

Olympus C2020
Olympus SP-320
Canon EOS 20D
Canon EOS 1D Mark2
Olympus TG-8010
Canon EOS 40D
Canon SX10 IS
Panasonic FZ200
Fujifilm S-1
Fujifilm X-10
Nikon D300

I won't tell you what film cameras I own but I will tell you that for what I want to do digital is the cat's ass. I shoot wildlife and nature, and while they can be shot with film that definitely isn't film's strong suit.

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I did not count phones. I don't consider them cameras. It feels like trying to take a photo with a piece of toast!
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One thing that has occurred to me is that aside from my first digital which was a Nikon D70 I still own all the others I have bought ... aside from an OMD which was a toy that I got rid of very quickly after discovering I really didn't like micro four thirds.

1) Canon A620

2) Nikon D70

3) Nikon D700

4) Sigma DP2M

5) Sigma DP3M

6) Epson RD1

7) Sigma SD1M

8) Leica M typ 240

9) Nikon D4
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CoolPix 995
D80
D7000
Nex-7
A7ii
(4) SD1000's

I keep the SD1000's around as emergency/bike ride carry camera's. The progression of digitals has been interesting to say the least as my wife was the one that suggested I move out of the 995 when the D80 came out. Even then it took me a while to come around to the upgrade.
I shoot legacy glass with the Sony's and find the A7ii fills all my needs at this point in my photographic adventures.
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I did not count phones. I don't consider them cameras. It feels like trying to take a photo with a piece of toast!
My Galaxy S5 is probably one of my most used cameras, because it's right there, and I can send the pictures right now.

Does it fill me with visceral joy like my M2 or K1000 or even my Rx100? Not really. But it does a good job nonetheless.

They are tools. They all have a purpose.
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1) Canon Powershot S10 ( at 1200 usd the most expensive camera that I ever have bought )
2) Ricoh Caplio R3
3) Konica Minolta A2
4) Fuji F31fd
5) Pentax *istDs
6) Pentax K-x
7) Sony NEX5n
8) Ricoh GXR M
9) Sony A7

only Powershot S10, Pentax K-x and Sony NEX5n were bought new, all other second hand. still have 7 of them, all working, gave away 1) and 6) to friends
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One thing that has occurred to me is that aside from my first digital which was a Nikon D70 I still own all the others I have bought ... aside from an OMD which was a toy that I got rid of very quickly after discovering I really didn't like micro four thirds.

1) Canon A620

2) Nikon D70

3) Nikon D700

4) Sigma DP2M

5) Sigma DP3M

6) Epson RD1

7) Sigma SD1M

8) Leica M typ 240

9) Nikon D4

I've just realised I forgot include my M8. Obviously it was very forgettable!
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A small Canon P&S
D100
D200
D300
D700
Sony A7
D800
Fuji X-Pro1
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Panasonic GF1
Fuji X10
Panasonic GM5
Leica M-E

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only one , a Nikon D3 since it came out .
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Old 10-16-2016   #27
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Three.

My first was a Nikon D70, which I used for several years before giving it to my son when he was 11 years old. He's 19 now, so he's had it a long time.

My second was a Kodak DCS 14N, one of the first fullrame cameras, based on a Nikon body, 14mp. Very high resolution at the time. Best color rendering of any digital I have ever used, but it got very noisy with long exposures or any ISO setting above the base setting of ISO-80.

Since 2012, I've used and been very happy with a Canon 5DmkII. I really want the new 50mp 5Ds, but can't afford it now. I like the mkII a lot, and will use it for several more years.
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My first digi-cam is a compact Casio Exilim.

The second one which is occasionally being used is an Olympus PEN E-P3.

I've had fun with both cameras.

If phone camera counts then add an iPhone and an iPad. I'm still using the first iPhone bought 2008.
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2002: a Minolta thing that needed an external battery pack. No idea what it was called. A huge waste of money.

2005: Nikon D70. I really quite liked that camera even though I only had the kit zoom. Sold it for peanuts. A bit of a waste of money.

2007: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX30. Bought to use when I couldn't be bothered lugging the SLR around. I still have it and it still works fine. I use it for taking photos to put on eBay.

2011: iPhone 4S. Still using it.

2013: Fuji X100S. LOVED that camera (see username) but soon realised that what I really wanted was the same camera in which I could shoot film. Sold it and bought a Hexar AF.

2016: My Hasselblad 503, Rolleiflex 3.5F and Leica M3 instantly quash any digital camera GAS!
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Nikon Coolpix 950 *
Nikon D1H **
Nikon D700 **
Nikon Coolpix A (3 for panoramics)
Fuji IS Pro **
Fuji X Pro 1 **
Fuji X Pro 2
Fuji XA1 (full spectrum, maybe monochrome in future)
Olympus E5 OMD **
Panasonic GF-1 **
Pentax MX-1 **
Pentax Q
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Sigma DP2 Merril **
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Thirteen... if you include 3 sets of back up bodies for commercial gigs.

This number also counts very small sensor P&S cameras as far back as 1999.

Believe it or not.. right now I only have a X100T and X-T1 and have no interest in buying anything else for the foreseeable future (at least 3 years)

3 P&S
Nikon D200, D300, D700 (two)
Panasonic G1
Fujifilm X-100, X-Pro 1, XT-1 (two), X100T
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1. Vivitar Vivicam 3615 2.1mp point & shoot (no longer works)
2. Hewlett Packard Photosmart M425 5mp point & shoot (barely works)
3. Canon PowerShot G5 mirrorless compact (own 2) (camera that I loan to others)
4. Canon PowerShot G11 mirrorless compact
5. Canon PowerShot G15 mirrorless compact (own 2) (my vacation camera)
6. Olympus E-P1 mirrorless micro 4/3
7. Olympus E-P3 mirrorless micro 4/3
8. Fuji S5 Pro APS-C SLR (own 3)
9. Fuji X-Pro1 APS-C mirrorless (own 3)
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Just counted them and I came to 12 since 2004. One was a gift, one has been given away. 4 dslr the rest compacts of various sizes and functionality. The first one has become flaky but all the others do work.

There are a few others but those I received to put in the collection. Didn't count those as I never used them nor do I know if they are still functional.
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Most notables:

My first was the Epson PhotoPC with extra memory.
A couple of early Coolpix that swiveled and felt like a TLR when I wanted them to.
Olympus Brio D100 was still the most fun.
Ricoh GRDI and III spoiled me.

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I did not count phones. I don't consider them cameras. It feels like trying to take a photo with a piece of toast!
Entire Instagram started as mobile phone pictures media and some Magnum members are using mobile phone to take and share pictures.

I quit taking videos with DSLRs, because iPhone videos are very good and "filming" process is much more easier.
One of our daughters took video shots, did editing, put sound track and titles on 160$ Samsung tablet.
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Canon digital Rebel (KISS) - a million times better then d30, I had this camera for qhite a while.
Canon 40d -live view was nice. Didn't keep that long
Canon 50d - Another of the long lived camera's kept it till I needed a canon body with video.
Canon 60d - didn't keep that long.
Canon 6d - 4 years now.


Fuji x100 (the original) - Really was more of a point and shoot to me.
Leica m8.2 -hated it, sold it 3 months later.
Leica m240 - 2 years now, does what I need it to do.
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Uh, lemme see now.
Yeah, that one.....no wait.......what about the Nikon?.... no...that Canon......
Right. Ok. I got it now.
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