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Camera Type

.ScoutPic
03/18/08 6:13 PM GMT
When I look around at some of the photos i would really like to know what kind of camera (Digital or Film) took the picture. Like what brand name and the name of your camera. Ex. Nikon-10.2MP Digital SLR. i think it would be cool to have a box to fill in when you upload an image.
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::Hottrockin
03/19/08 9:43 AM GMT
ALL MY STUFF is done with a Canon S2 IS and the smaller Canon SD450, both 5MP point 'n' shoots.

A drop down box in the upload area could be neat. Some people just put the info in the comment box.
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round?? Picture Purrrfect .
::egggray
03/19/08 7:02 PM GMT
My camera and lenses are listed on my home page next to projects.
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.ScoutPic
03/21/08 2:43 AM GMT
If anything it would be cool if people just started posting there camera types here.
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Why do you have to "put your two cents in"... but it's only a "penny for your thoughts"? Where's that extra penny going to?
.ScoutPic
03/21/08 2:46 AM GMT
I use a Casio Exlim. EX-Z1050. Even though its just a small camera it still takes pretty good pics. Ex. My Gallery
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Why do you have to "put your two cents in"... but it's only a "penny for your thoughts"? Where's that extra penny going to?
.CanoeGuru
03/21/08 7:05 PM GMT
Older pics in my gallery were taken with an Olympus point and shoot. All pics after December 2007 are with my Canon PowerShot S5IS. Saving up those pennies for a DSLR! :) Hmm...gonna need A LOT of pennies!
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.skatties
03/25/08 9:00 PM GMT
i use a fujifilm fine pix s5700, brilliant little camera
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.zorrofox
03/26/08 5:56 PM GMT
I use a Nikon D80 with various lenses. Occasionally I also use my Fujicolour F11 but I tend not to post those shots on the web.
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.rhelms
03/26/08 7:27 PM GMT
Alas, the poor starving college student such as myself is stuck with a cheapo HP Photosmart E327, the $99 Walmart special from 2 years ago. :) Actually, for being a little digital camera with only 5 mp, it takes pretty good shots. My only trouble is outdoor-night shots.
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.Genver
03/26/08 7:44 PM GMT
I use a Canon PowerShot A720 IS,an 8 MP camera,it's a good little camera.
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.TheWhisperer
03/29/08 2:27 AM GMT
I have been using up till now a Sony Cybershot smart zoom 4.1 MP camera, but just this week have purchased a Kodak easyshare Z1275 with 5x optical zoom and 12mp. I was reasonably happy with my Sony, but wanted a sharper image and chose a higher pixel camera to see if that made any difference. New to this and so still feeling my way around! I hope to get a DSLR eventually as I get more experienced.
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=ppigeon
04/01/08 8:43 AM GMT
My older photos were taken with a Minolta Dimage A1, then a A2.
I bought a second hand Nikon D70 with a fabulous (new) 18/200 Nkkor zoom lens. Now, I'm using a 10 MP Nikon D80.
My macros are taken with a Sigma 150 mm lens.
Rebecca: for me, the big difference between DSLR and others is not the result of the photo itself, but the quality of the viewfinder and the reactivity.
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-Pierre-
.ScoutPic
04/03/08 9:58 PM GMT
Does anyone no of a good DSLR thats at a reasonable price?
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Why do you have to "put your two cents in"... but it's only a "penny for your thoughts"? Where's that extra penny going to?
::tigger3
04/09/08 10:09 AM GMT
Jerry (DigiCamMan) had a used Cannon xt for sale.
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::CanoeGuru
04/15/08 5:52 PM GMT
Hiya Pierre. True enough about the photo quality, but what I'm really wanting is the ability to switch out my lens! :) Right now I'm limited to a teleconverter and a macro lens addition using an adapter tube.
Also, it seems a fixed lens camera has a varying aperture value from what I've read. According to Bryan Peterson's book "Understanding Exposure", he says that a fixed lens camera is hopelessly plagued with rendering a tremendous depth of field, and an aperture of f/2.8 on a fixed lens is equivalent to an aperture of f/11 on an SLR! Eeps :)
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.ScoutPic
05/14/08 2:15 AM GMT
Lets go ahead and ad another subject in this topic.....

EQUIPMENT.

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Why do you have to "put your two cents in"... but it's only a "penny for your thoughts"? Where's that extra penny going to?
.ScoutPic
05/14/08 2:16 AM GMT
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Why do you have to "put your two cents in"... but it's only a "penny for your thoughts"? Where's that extra penny going to?
.icedancer
05/14/08 2:24 AM GMT
I use a Panasonic model DMC-TZ2, it's just a small camera you can hold in your hand and it zooms 10X's and that's it.
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::thechico1979
05/14/08 12:18 AM GMT
at this moment I do not to a phtot camera i have been using my digital camcorder, an Aiptek AHD V5V. It's a high def camcorder with 8mp still shots.
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::casechaser
05/15/08 8:05 PM GMT
I have been using (and learning as I go) a Canon Rebel XTi, 10+mp. I would like to eventually get a telephoto lens but right now I am using a 17-85 IS from Canon.
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.noahnott
05/23/08 2:04 AM GMT
Do you use a teleconverter, eggray? Getting a shot of a hummingbird with a 200mm lens is like ...

... impossible, unless you're 4ft away. Or are you?
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::phasmid
06/09/08 3:57 AM GMT
This is a quote from my AOTM bio:

"My equipment consists of: a Canon Rebel XTi 10.1 megapixel, the 18-55mm kit lens that came with it, a Tamron 70-300 telephoto and two recent additions; a 60mm macro lens and a 10-18mm wide angle lens that I have yet to fully utilize. My "stealth" camera is a Sony SuperShot 8.1 megapixel with a Zeiss lens. Of course I have various and sundry tools to help me on this photographic journey, not the least of which is my post processing buddy, Photoshop CS3. I shoot all of my Canon shots in RAW and rather than trust the JPEG that comes out of the camera, I enjoy the flexibility that PS provides as a digital darkroom."

I think that about covers it.

:)PJ

PS I'm wondering if this whole thread would be better served under the Artistic Discussion>photography section of the discussion board festivities?
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.Con_
06/11/08 10:11 PM GMT
We have a 'Signature' (in our profile) that gets posted at the end of every post we make. I would think that a 'Camera model' in our profile, that would be automatically added to our 'Posting text' (even if nothing gets posted) would be a good/useful new feature! :o)

And if this idea should ever be put into effect... a note regarding this could be sent to the MEMBER as a personal message keyed on the 'Camera model' being blank. This coding might eventually not be needed and thus could be removed.

Edited: I have pictures taken by a Canon G2 in the past and now use a Canon SD950 IS. Like JEdMc91's dad, I gave my old camera to my son.
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::JEdMc91
06/12/08 2:06 AM GMT
As of the moment I use a Panasonic DMC-FZ7, it was my dad's and each new cam he gets, i get the other....a hand-me-down basically :-)
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.icedancer
06/12/08 3:11 PM GMT
Still use my little Panasonic DMC-TZ2, that's all I use as listed above.
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.Kilroy_was_here
06/18/08 11:40 PM GMT
I use a Sony Alpha A300 I am trying to learn with along with the stock 18-70 lens, and a Sigma 70-300 lens I picked up used. So far I have been able to wrestle the thing to get a couple of good photos out of it. This is the first digital camera I have ever owned, the rest of my equipment is 35mm.

Keith
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.dcbls
06/19/08 1:12 PM GMT
I've got a Nikon D70s with a 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 AF-S DX that came with the body and a 70-300mm f/4-5.6G. Currently drooling over the AF-S Micro NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8D but the thousand dollars it costs is bit out of my range.


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.icedancer
06/19/08 3:46 PM GMT
Still use my little Panasonic DMC-TZ2, that's all I use as listed above.
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.icedancer
06/19/08 3:48 PM GMT
Still use my little Panasonic DMC-TZ2, that's all I use as listed above.
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.OutdoorsGuy
08/18/09 11:26 PM GMT
I currently use a SONY Cyber-shot DSC-H2.6mp with a 12X Zoom, Pics turn out pretty good if not at full zoom.
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::Dunstickin
09/03/09 11:28 AM GMT
My main camera is the Fuji s100fs...'brilliant picture taker'

I also carry a 'Nikon P90' with the massive 24X zoom!..

I sometimes use the Panasonic Lumix TZ3, that I gave to Wor-Lass (The wife!)
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.Con_
09/13/09 1:01 AM GMT
I know this can depend upon how a My Computer window is set-up or on what software is installed so I would have to look at another computer that is set-up differently from this one...
BUT I can see the name of the camera that took the picture just by hovering my mouse over it and/or with Win XP, go into My Computer, go to a folder with pictures, right-click on the area to the right of Name Size Type Date Modified... click More then select the info you wish to have displayed. Repeat process for each folder containing pics.
If more help is required with this... let me know! :o)
Edit: There are indeed some photos that don't have that info... they must be coming from cameras (older?) that don't pot that info into the saved file or certain editors remove that info.
Anyway... the common piece of advice is that the camera may be nice but it is the lens that makes the picture!
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