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(Just realised I added two film cameras on my list!! LOL!!)
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canon 350 d.
canon 40 d.
canon 550 d.
pentax k10 d.
pentax k20 d.
the pentax are my favorite ,s.
Nikon D50 and Nikon D90.
Canon 30D - still excellent
Canon 7D - for the excellent AF
Nikon D1X - part of the "vintage" collection...
Nikon D50 Standby but never yet used as such because the
Nikon D300 has never missed a beat...
Canon Ixus 85IS and 95IS...either of which is always in a jacket pocket...bl***y brilliant battery life..
Any "upgrade" would not be based on video ability...would prefer the research money be spent on still picture prowess..the Sony Handycam does all I need there thank-you..
And oneday one of those little mirrorless ones for when those two above are too big
I forgot to mention I also have a Canon S95.
Canon 1Ds MK3 (x2)
Canon 1D MK3
Canon 1D MK2
Canon 1D Mk1
Canon Ixus 310
7D + 550D + 220 HS (they get used in that order too)
Quote: My goodness.... how many digital cameras does one need?! LOL
The pragmatic answer to that is "one".
I find it useful to have a full-frame dSLR, a crop-sensor dSLR and a compact. But, frankly, that is an indulgence for we amateur photographers. Professionals might feel they need back-up.
As Camairish has said, digital cameras plummet in resale value as soon as they are superseded (after about 6 months it sometimes seems) but I don't agree with him about lenses, which do tend to hold their value better.
...and my iPhone...
..and some film cameras, but the OP did state 'digital'..
Only one - Casio Ex-H15 which has replaced my Sony DSC-P73.
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