Ask DN: which camera you own?

almost 9 years ago from , Full-TIme User-Interface Designer

Everyone is out there is asking for car, bike and many more. So, I also want to know that which camera my fellow designer friends use?

Share your camera name, lenses, composition softwares, clicked photos or anything related.


  • Robbert EsserRobbert Esser, almost 9 years ago

    An iPhone 6.

    19 points
  • Gadzhi KharkharovGadzhi Kharkharov, almost 9 years ago

    Leica M6

    6 points
  • Nice ShoesNice Shoes, almost 9 years ago

    Just got my hands on the Fuji x100t.

    4 points
    • Eric H.Eric H., almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

      Same. It's an exceptional camera that really changes the game, IMO.

      Also have an iPhone 5s and an older (7 year) Canon XTi Rebel, with a plethora of lenses and lighting. And, a waterproof Fuji for beach vacations (it was a gift... works OK).

      Also, a manual SLR Olympus OM 2 (1975 era, my dad's) with multiple lenses.

      Finally, a true Polaroid. But my film is running out and I'm hesitant to buy $$ film from Norway (or wherever it is).

      I don't use the OM 2 these days due to convenience, but I keep it around just in case I feel like experimenting and for nostalgic reasons. My dad had a few prints published in magazines in the late 80s using this camera, and I love the B/W's it can produce SOOTC.

      But between the Fuji X100T, iPhone and Rebel, I've got my bases covered. And the Rebel has been sidelined to around 5-6 days of shooting a year at this stage. The sharpness of the x100T is mind boggling.

      I've been thinking about selling the Rebel DSLR and upgrading that to the Mark II since all of the lenses will easily swap, but I'm in no rush.

      1 point
  • Manaj ChakrobartiManaj Chakrobarti, almost 9 years ago

    Nikon 7100 :) Really happy with it.

    2 points
  • Casey BrittCasey Britt, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    Fuji X-T1 now.

    Previously X100S, X100, and Canon 5DII.

    These days I can't recommend anything other than the Fuji X-T1, X-E2, or X100T or S. For the price and size I really don't think these cameras can be beat. There are scenarios where the Canon and Nikon SLRs will be a better fit than the Fuji lineup, but these Fujis are at a size that I can take them on vacation or out for a night and not feel burdened by them.

    The X100S is my favorite camera I've ever owned but I switched to the X-T1 for a little more flexibility lens wise. The 23mm lens (35mm equiv) focal length is still my favorite. The only problem with this on the X series is that the lens is a little large. The 27mm is a great lens when you need something really compact and light weight though.

    2 points
    • Bardan Gauchan, almost 9 years ago

      That's my gear too. X-T1 with 27mm. I really wanted x100s/t but ultimately decided to go with the x-t1 since this will be my main gear. I wanted the flexibility of the fuji lens system.

      1 point
  • Chris De La FuenteChris De La Fuente, almost 9 years ago

    Panasonic DMC-GF1

    Minimally Minimal does a dope review of it, he was my inspiration to buy it. Nice and cheap but the 20mm pancake lense is epic!


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    2 points
  • Jonathan DueckJonathan Dueck, almost 9 years ago

    Nikon D7000

    2 points
  • Kyle CunninghamKyle Cunningham, almost 9 years ago

    Fuji XE-1. Amazing.

    Would love an X100 as well but wanted a zoom lens for the first time in my life.

    2 points
  • Simon BrownSimon Brown, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    OMD EM5 - really nice form factor.. it's pretty tiny and shoots amazingly.


    2 points
    • Pawel KadyszPawel Kadysz, almost 9 years ago

      Same here, just with m.zuiko 17 mm 1:1.8. Switched from Canon EOS 50D. I don't think I'm going back to DSLRs anytime soon. Some pics I've taken with the E-M5.

      1 point
    • louie solomonlouie solomon, almost 9 years ago

      I've had this camera for about 1.5 years now and really love it. With the pancake lenses, it is truly portable, and I'm constantly amazed with the photo quality.

      My lenses: Panasonic 14mm, Pana/Leica 25mm, Olympus 45mm, and soon the Samyang 7.5mm fisheye (apparently it defishes well).

      0 points
  • Mathias PlachoMathias Placho, almost 9 years ago

    I am using a Fuji X100s, which is a really nice camera. Although most of the time I am very satisfied with the camera of my iPhone 6+.

    For composition I am using Lightroom 4 and some photos can be seen here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/matism

    2 points
  • Lisheng ChangLisheng Chang, almost 9 years ago

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    Sony a7 with full frame lenses. and lightroom.

    1 point
  • Spencer HoltawaySpencer Holtaway, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    FujiFilm X-Pro1 with 18, 35 and 56mm lenses. iPhone 5C.

    www.storehouse.co/sholtaway :-D

    1 point
  • Kelsey GullicksonKelsey Gullickson, almost 9 years ago

    Just recently switched my main system from a Canon DSLR to an Olympus OM-D E-M5. Usually use a Panasonic 20/1.7 lens, but I've been eager to use my "new" vintage Minolta 35-70/3.5 macro with it, too. Also have a couple Polaroid Spectras, a Polaroid OneStep, a Polaroid 210, and a Fuji Instax 8. And my iPhone.

    Just for fun, here's my wishlist: PanLeica 25/1.4 and vintage Hexanon lenses for the Olympus, Polaroid 180, Hasselblad 500 (I'd also settle for a Mamiya or a Bronica for now).

    1 point
  • Alex TalmonAlex Talmon, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    Canon 6D w/: 17-40mm F4.0 L, 70-200mm 4.0 IS L, 50mm 1.4

    2x 35mm camera's (Minolta & Ricoh) and an iPhone 5

    Soon to be updated with better design and more photos, but you can find some photography on my site: http://www.alextalmon.nl/ ;-)

    1 point
  • Daniël van der Winden, almost 9 years ago

    Fuji X20.

    1 point
  • Evan DinsmoreEvan Dinsmore, almost 9 years ago
    • Canon 5D Mk III + BG-E11 Grip
    • 16-35mm f/2.8L II
    • 35mm f/1.4L
    • 50mm f/1.2L
    • 85mm f/1.2L II
    • 135mm f/2L
    • Speedlite 580EX II Flash

    Was finally able to afford my dream lenses as of mid-last year, haven't felt the need to upgrade/buy anything new since.

    1 point
  • Dean HaydenDean Hayden, almost 9 years ago

    Panasonic GF6 (stock lense). Love it, does all I need it to do in a compact form.

    1 point
  • Paul @StammyPaul @Stammy, almost 9 years ago

    Sony A7s with the Sony FE 35, 24-70 and 55. More info here: http://paulstamatiou.com/photos/gear/

    I just posted my first photoset with the A7s (previously had Sony RX1R and Fuji X-T1) here: http://paulstamatiou.com/photos/greece/crete/ and I've got 4 more photosets just like it from that trip that I will be posting over the next week or so.

    And just ordered a GoPro Hero 4 Silver (use them a bunch for travel timelapses and misc clips). I got the Silver and not the Black on purpose: My GoPro-shot footage ends up on my personal photoblog, usually less than 1000px wide and ~10s segments so I won't ever need the 4K and that's the only real difference. Plus the Silver has better battery life and the screen looks pretty useful!

    1 point
  • Nicolas PrietoNicolas Prieto, almost 9 years ago

    Panasonic GF1 with a 1.7 20mm panckake lens. Incredible combination.

    Trying to switch to Fuji cameras now.

    1 point
  • Joseph CalvoJoseph Calvo, almost 9 years ago

    I use a Sony NEX 7 with the following lenses:

    18-55mm f35.56 kit lens 50mm f1.8 18-200mm f.4

    and a Leica Noctilux lens 50mm f1.2

    1 point
  • Sam KingSam King, almost 9 years ago

    Sony A7 with the Sony 35mm, and an iPhone 6 daily.

    Since getting the A7, I've barely used my Nikon D700. I recently purchased an adapter so I can use all my Nikon glass on the A7.

    I also have a shit tonne of film cameras that I barely use anymore, the main one being a Hasselblad 500cm. I love shooting with that thing, but the price of film these days makes me save it for special occasions.

    Take a look at some of my photos over on my site: http://samking.co

    1 point
  • Vasil EnchevVasil Enchev, almost 9 years ago

    Nikon D600 - the best full frame DSLR for its money...

    1 point
  • Kevin Hon Chi HangKevin Hon Chi Hang, almost 9 years ago

    Canon 5DIII and a wide angle lens

    1 point
  • Ruby ChenRuby Chen, almost 9 years ago

    Nikon D600

    1 point
  • Suraj SubharamanSuraj Subharaman, almost 9 years ago

    A Canon 70D with a 50mm 1.8 lens and an iPhone 6+

    1 point
  • Timothy Kempf, almost 9 years ago

    Pentax K3 and a Sony RX-100. The K3 is a beast for the price, and the RX-100 is about as good as a compact can get (aside from the RX-100-II, RX-100-III, and so on).

    1 point
  • Daryl GinnDaryl Ginn, almost 9 years ago

    I recently bought a Sony RX1. It's perfect.

    1 point
  • Chris Welch, almost 9 years ago

    Sony Rx1r - One of the best purchases I've made. Can't recommend it enough.

    1 point
  • Yakim van ZuijlenYakim van Zuijlen, almost 9 years ago

    I have a Nikon D3200. It's a great dslr, especially considering it's price. At the moment I only own the standard 18-55mm and 55-200mm Nikkor lenses.

    All the photos on my blog are taken with my D3200 http://blog.yakim.nl .

    1 point
  • Jordan IsipJordan Isip, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )
    • 35mm: Leica M6
    • 35mm Pocket: Contax T2, Olympus XA
    • Medium Format: Fuji GF670, Mamiya 645
    • Digital: Fuji XE-2
    1 point
  • Abram Goglanian, almost 9 years ago

    My main two are a Leica M and a Mamiya 7 II for film.

    I have a few others as well and I use them regularly but those are my main two.

    I do make an effort to keep it simple when shooting so I'm not burdened with tons of choices and I just focus on the image.

    1 point
  • Jason CalleiroJason Calleiro, almost 9 years ago

    Just got myself a Canon 70D w/ an 18mm - 135mm kit lens + a 50mm lens for christmas. Super stoked about this purchase.

    1 point
  • Jodi WarrenJodi Warren, almost 9 years ago

    The camera I use about 60% of the time is the Canon 5D MKIII 35% of the time it's my iPhone 4S

    The remaining 5% is from an assortment of (a few too many) other film or digital cameras.

    1 point
  • Max Paladii, almost 9 years ago

    Nikon D300/50-1.4/24-1.8/90-2.8 and Panasonic Lumix LX5

    1 point
  • Akram El YoubiAkram El Youbi, almost 9 years ago

    Canon 600D https://www.flickr.com/photos/niwox

    1 point
  • muhammad usmanmuhammad usman, almost 9 years ago

    Nikon D5100, I used to have a 35mm 1.8G lens which made my camera really fun to use. Got some of my favorite shots with it. Since I lost it, I have lost interest in using my camera most of the time. I am thinking of switching bodies so I can have a full frame sensor, I've had my camera for about 2 years now.

    The sensor size being full frame would make things just fun for me. Looking at the Sony A7 or Nikon D610. Would like some recommendations/feedback about those if anyone wants to chime in.

    1 point
  • Thibault MaekelberghThibault Maekelbergh, almost 9 years ago

    iPhone 5 with VSCO. A Nikon D5100 (which I won :D )

    1 point
  • Florian MorelFlorian Morel, almost 9 years ago

    Fuji X100 Black Edition, what a beautiful camera.

    1 point
  • Craig FranciesCraig Francies, almost 9 years ago

    camera: canon 700d


    • 50mm f/1.8
    • sigma 18-250 f/3.5-6.3
    • samyang 8mm fisheye
    1 point
  • Adam RobbinsAdam Robbins, almost 9 years ago

    I have an iPhone 6 plus a super old Canon 20D. Considering purchasing something from the Fuji x100 range — to the owners of both (iPhone 6 & x100...) would I be wasting my money? Do you shoot mostly with the iPhone 6 because of convenience?

    1 point
  • Account deleted almost 9 years ago

    Canon 500D - had it for years but considering an upgrade.

    1 point
  • Jerome Arfouche, almost 9 years ago

    Leica MP + Leica M6

    All I've had for a few years and no plan to change

    1 point
  • Will BakerWill Baker, almost 9 years ago
    • A couple different Polaroid OneStep 600s
    • Fujifilm Instax 210
    • Sony DSC-HX1
    • Canon FT with too many lenses to list/remember
    • Canon HDV 20
    • Canon 5D Mk II with 24–105 f/4, 17–40 f/4, and 40 f/2.8
    • Ricoh GR (favorite)
    • Probably a few more I'm forgetting…

    Processing is 90% Lightroom, 10% Photoshop.

    1 point
  • Rasmus LandgreenRasmus Landgreen, almost 9 years ago

    Fuji x100.

    Will never switch.

    1 point
  • Sandeep Sharma, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    Right now I have Canon Powershot A3100 camera with me. However, I am thinking to own Nikon D5300 in near future.

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    1 point
  • David DíazDavid Díaz, almost 9 years ago

    A Sony A58.

    0 points
  • Jordan StambaughJordan Stambaugh, almost 9 years ago

    Canon 6D 50mm f/1.4 L series 24-105mm f/4 L series Dynamic Perception Stage R motion slider And I just grabbed a new ultra wide angle Rokkinon 14mm f/2.8 lens for astrophotography. 90% Lightroom 5 10% Photoshop

    0 points
  • Mitchel van EijgenMitchel van Eijgen, almost 9 years ago

    Canon S95. compact, easy & hackable. Bought this camera on recommendation of a photographer friend and a teacher.

    I love the camera and all it functions, but I love it more because your able to install CHDK on it and run all kinds of awesome scripts on it. Also bought a filter adaptor for 37mm filters for it to almost have everything a DSLR camera has, but it still fits in my back pocket!

    0 points
  • Alexander Zaytsev, almost 9 years ago

    Sony RX100 III — bought this one two weeks ago. Nice camera!

    0 points
  • Kyle DeckerKyle Decker, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )
    • Nikon d90 and stock lens (18mm to 55mm I think?)
    • 50mm 1.4
    • oldish off-brand zoom I inherited

    I'm considering selling all of that for the Fuji x100t sometime soon, though. All the reviews have been glowing, and I think working without a zoom would make me a better photographer.

    0 points
  • Lenny MartinezLenny Martinez, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    I don't own my own fancy camera(just a small canon point and shoot) but since I'm a photographer for my university newspaper, I get to borrow their equipment. My favorite setup is a Nikon D700/800, with either a 35mm lens, or a 70-200mm lense since I usually do sport photography or photos on a more personal distance. I have also had the chance to use a Nikon D300, which is pretty good and more efficient.

    0 points
  • Lucas CobbLucas Cobb, almost 9 years ago

    I have a Nikon D60 and shoot with my 50mm prime 1.4 most of the time.

    Photos are here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cobblucas/

    0 points
  • David BarkerDavid Barker, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    Canon 60D, and iPhone 6 Plus.

    0 points
  • Cole TownsendCole Townsend, almost 9 years ago

    I used a old Nikon D5000 and an older Nikon F Series (circa 1964).

    I edit in Raw or PS, but if I upload it chances are I'll use VSCO.

    0 points
  • Corrado FrancoliniCorrado Francolini, almost 9 years ago

    Sony α6000.

    0 points
  • Bjarke DaugaardBjarke Daugaard, almost 9 years ago

    Old Nikon D300 with a Nikkor 17-55mm 2.8 lens. Super sharp images. If I should buy a new one tomorrow I would get a fullframe camera or one of the new Leica or Fuji system cameras. Especially since you are doing low light photography 70% of the time here in Scandinavia

    0 points
  • David IngledowDavid Ingledow, almost 9 years ago

    Fujifilm X100S

    0 points
  • Razvan HRazvan H, almost 9 years ago

    I have two Nikon bodies - a D700 and a D3s and an assortment of lenses, both prime and zooms. Most of the time when I am travelling I take just the d700 and a 50mm 1.4 an end up using my phone most of the time :)


    0 points