whats your fav camera

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  1. blackraven1425

    blackraven1425 Giant Squid

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    Of course, you start the thread with a camera nobody here is going to have better than LMAO.

    I have a Canon Rebel T3i, with the 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS kit lens, and a Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS Macro lens. Since it's mine, it's obviously my favorite lol.
     
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  3. gabbagabbawill

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    My favorite cameras to use are the two that I have:

    1. my iPhone 4

    and

    2. my Vivitar V2000 35mm SLR w/ Kiron 70-210mm lens. I didn't pay much for it, and I really like shooting on film. I can develop the pictures pretty cheap straight to CD Rom at Target (less than $5/ roll) OR I can have the film professionally developed and enlarged if I want to...

    I don't need an expensive camera because I believe that a good photo is based on these things in this order of most important to least:

    1. Subject material
    2. Photographer and Composition
    3. Camera quality

    ;D
     
  4. bvb-etf-luva

    bvb-etf-luva Banned

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    haha well its an average dslr
     
  5. Seano Hermano

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    Nice camera. My Dad has the same one.

    I agree completely. I have a Nikon P90. It does not have a removable lens, but it takes great photos, as long as there is a great photographer. I am still holding out for a Nikon D5000, but for until then, my P90 is my baby.

    I got it for $320 from Best Buy. The P100 is out now. It came out last March. I got mine last Feb.
     
  6. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    My fav camera is the Mamiya RZ67. But don't shoot with it anymore
     
  7. bvb-etf-luva

    bvb-etf-luva Banned

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    why not? sometimes ill just go outside and take random pics its beautiful in breck.
     
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  9. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Film for it is getting hard to find and harder to get processed.
    I tend to shoot with my Canon 50D
    But you asked what my fav camera was :)
     
  10. bvb-etf-luva

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    true, i guessi didnt take film into account im just so used to shooting with digital ive never even touched a film camera lol. is image quality affected at all because of the processing difference from film to digital?
     
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    you would have to have a 405Mp camera to match 135mm film. So yes there is a huge difference
     
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