I take most of my pictures with this:
It's a Nikon F80D - known as the N80D in the States. When I picked it up in January of 2002,
it came with two zoom lenses: a 28-80mm and a 70-300mm. I found myself changing lenses far too
frequently though, so I picked up a 28-300mm Tamron zoom lens around the end of 2003. Featured
in the picture are the original two zooms.
Sometimes though, the F80 is a bit too much camera to easily carry around. So I also have this:
This is a Sony Cyber-shot P-9 - 4 megapixels of goodness. This is a good little camera, but
it's best suited to snapshots. Still, the P-9 can be carried almost anywhere; which
leads to me using it quite often. All of the pictures on this page were taken by this camera,
except the picture of the P-9 itself of course.
That was taken by this:
That's my cell phone. The circle is the lens for the camera, and the oval directly to it's
left is the light. It doesn't take great shots, but I always have it with me, and it's a lot of
fun, especially when I'm out on the town.
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