When I was a kid, I would take my dad’s old Canon Rebel T5i camera with me to the local park.
My father was an outdoorsy guy, so we would go camping with him.
At night, we would use the outdoors to shoot videos for our parents and friends, and sometimes for ourselves.
That was just the beginning.
My dad bought a Canon Rebel A700 DSLR and an A6000 full frame DSLR, which was his main camera.
I started to learn how to shoot in the Canon’s digital format.
I was very into photography at the time, and that was the only camera that I owned.
My first DSLR was the Canon 5D Mark III, which my dad bought for me.
I remember going into the camera store and looking at the stock of Canon cameras, and seeing the big, expensive, expensive ones.
I thought, wow, these cameras have a lot of potential, but I can’t buy them because they’re expensive.
So I just bought a $600 DSLR for myself.
I took a few pictures and made a couple of videos.
But I didn’t have the guts to use it because I knew I’d have to buy another one, so I never took the plunge.
When I moved to New York City in 2003, I started a small business selling camera accessories, and my wife and I started doing some advertising for the brand of camera I’d become obsessed with.
I got a job with a marketing agency, and we made some money.
My wife also went to school, and I did the same.
Then my daughter came along and we had a kid.
At that time, we also bought a Nikon D800 and a Canon T2i.
We started making videos for the agency and got paid to make them, and then we went to college.
I worked at a small studio and a small website for a few years, and in 2006, I went back to the States to study film and photography.
When my daughter was born, I moved back to New Jersey to pursue a master’s degree in art at Rutgers University.
At the same time, I took my wife out to eat and bought a digital camera and started shooting video for my daughter.
She loves video now.
I also have a Nikon T2ii and a Nikon S300, which I’ve been shooting videos for for the past four years.
At this point, I have about 200 photos on my digital camera, and at least 50 of those are still in my digital file.
At first, I thought that I had to buy every single camera I had, and every digital camera is worth at least $2,000, and the average price of a digital cameras in the U.S. is $4,000.
I went through all my old cameras and I’m still going through them.
Every time I buy a new camera, I’ve lost money, but at least I’m saving money and getting more bang for my buck.
It’s a win-win.
I’m trying to be more conscious about spending money on my gear.
When we were younger, I used to spend $30 for a camera that was worth $20.
I now think about how much money I’ll be spending in the future on gear.
So, what are your favorite camera brands?
What camera brands have been your favorite for you?