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Double post, but an update to previous post.

 

Now using Aiptek AHD AF1 Full HD camcorder.

 

I seriously regret my purchase. The promised ''1920x1080 30fps'' is only like 15 fps, microphone is in weird position (and it sucks), image stabilization only makes shaking worse and night shooting is terrible. The only good thing about it, is the price (100€, new).


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NEX-5N

 

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Double post, but an update to previous post.

 

Now using Aiptek AHD AF1 Full HD camcorder.

 

I seriously regret my purchase. The promised ''1920x1080 30fps'' is only like 15 fps, microphone is in weird position (and it sucks), image stabilization only makes shaking worse and night shooting is terrible. The only good thing about it, is the price (100€, new).

 

You may have been better off just buying a high end phone...


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I'm the proud owner of a Canon T3i.

I have the standard 18-55mm lens that comes with the camera,

I also have a 55-250mm lens that came with the bundle I got.

 

Not the highest end, but I'm darn proud to own it. Cheap (relative), reliable, and lets me break into the world of photography and video!

 

First camera, and worth every penny. :D


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You may have been better off just buying a high end phone...

 

Still it's better than majority of current phones (or at least on the bar) while not having to pay +200€ on a new phone.


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Rebel t3i 


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Canon EOS 450D


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Canon 1000D, (switching to a 60D / 70D, waiting for ML's response on the 70D)
Canon Eos 300, Man i love film!
And this beauty, Zorki 1 Having some troubles with her thou. Shutter is acting funny so if anybody know anything about this camera, you may always help.
Also a broken Pentax ME Super.


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Canon eos 60D | Canon eos 1000D | Canon eos 300 | 50mm f/1.8 | 18-55mm f/3.5 | 28-80mm f/3.5 | 70-300mm f/4.5

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Nexus 4 

I dont really take pictures and i only do if im selling something and that sort of thing.

Only thing is the Nexus 4 flash is horrible way to bright and makes stuff look really white :(


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Canon T2i

Only have the kit lens and  50mm 1.8 to go with it

but i always manage to get the job done

 

I've dont astro-timelapses with thes kit lens and it came out awesome

 

For weddings and other paid gigs/events i usually rent cameras and lenses from vistek


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[spoiler= Dream machine (There is also a buildlog)]

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[spoiler= Dream machine (There is also a buildlog)]

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Nikon D5100 with kit lens 18-55mm, a Tamron 18-270mm, and a Tamron 60mm F2 Macro lens.


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