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My previous camera had errors. That's why I sold it and bought a new one two weeks ago.

Now I use the Nikon D7200. (Would have loved to buy the D500 or full frame, but at last that was TOO expensive for me.)

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Canon 100D


24MM F/2.8 STM

50MM F/1.8 STM 

10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM


Saying that a lot of my older photos were just shot with the 18-55mm kit lens

Edited by UrbanLime

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I currently use the LG G4's camera, however I recently acquired a film camera and am in the process of saving up for a dslr. 

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I cant cope with carrying bags of kit about lol, so after much saving I bought and now use a Sony A7s which is full frame and geared to low light photography in company with a single very fast lens, a Sony Zeiss 35mm f1.4 :-) 



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An Filthy Canon 5D Mark II (with dead pixels) + 20-35 mm 3.5-4.5 + 50 mm 1.8 (The lens is shifted... accidentally ) B)


I broke a 7D and a 28-70mm 2.8 l :mellow:


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