As far as my camera gear is concerned; for most of my still images I've used a 6.1 Megapixel Nikon D50 Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera with either a Nikkor 18-55mm AF-S 1:3.5-5.6G ED lens or a Nikkor 55-150mm AF-S 1:4-5.6G ED zoom lens. I've had this camera a several years. It's a great camera. The battery lasts forever and it takes great pictures. The only drawback is its size.
|Nikon D-50 shown with Nikkor 18-55mm Lens and 55-200mm Zoom Lens|
|Sony HDR-SR5 Camcorder with X0.7 Wide Angle Conversion Lens and External Mic|
|Sony HDR-SR5 Camcorder|
I also bought a new point & shoot camera. It's an Olympus Stylus Tough 6000. I wanted a camera that I could carry in my jersey pocket. This camera should fit that bill nicely with it's small size and durability. It's waterproof to 10 feet so I can rinse it off, if needed. I can use it when I swim too. It's also got image stabilization. The best part is that I only paid $80 for it at COSTCO. What a deal!
|A view of the front of the packaging for the Olympus Stylus Tough 6000|
|A view of the back of the packaging|
|What you get|
As I learn more I hope my images will improve along with my commentary. Don't expect any miracles!
Thanks for reading.