My history with photography starts back in the film days and like nearly everyone my age, transitioned to digital. I played with the first Apple QuickTake digital camera and became hooked on the potential in digital imaging. Including my film past, I’ve either owned or had substantial access to (items in green indicate current access):

Film SLRs

  • Minolta SRT-201
  • Minolta XD-11
  • Nikon N2000
  • Nikon FE2
  • Nikon F3HP

Digital SLRs (DSLR)

  • Nikon D1
  • Kodak DCS-14n
  • Nikon D200
  • Canon EOS-1d
  • Canon EOS-5d mkII

Mirrorless

  • Panasonic Lumix G1
  • Panasonic Lumix GH1
  • Olympus E-PL1
  • Olympus E-P3
  • Panasonic Lumix GH3
  • Sony NEX-5R
  • Sony Alpha A7
  • Sony A6500

Point-and-Shoots (including phones)

  • Apple QuickTake 100
  • Sony DSC-F1
  • Sony DSC-FD91 (fun with floppy disks)
  • Sony DSC-S75
  • Nikon CoolPix 5000
  • Sony DSC-F505
  • Sony DSC-F707
  • Sony DSC-F828
  • Sony DSC-M1
  • Kyocera SL400
  • Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD1
  • Canon A640
  • Nikon CoolPix P5100
  • Nikon CoolPix S550
  • Apple iPhone 4
  • Apple iPhone 4S
  • Apple iPad Air 2
  • Apple iPhone 5s
  • Apple iPad Pro
  • Apple iPhone 6s

Today, I’ve transitioned to digital and settled on the varieties of mirrorless as my “format” of choice. It allows me to use virtually any lens made for photography or even film. My lens collection is based on glass with the following mounts:

  • Nikon F (slr)
  • Minolta MD (slr)
  • M42 (slr)
  • E-Mount (mirrorless)
  • Contax G (rangefinder)
  • Leica M (rangefinder)
  • Leica M39 (rangefinder)
  • C-Mount (16mm cinema)
  • B4-Mount (broadcast video)