4 of them though only 3 gets used.
2 Mirrorless interchangeable lens
1 fixed focal lens
1 film camera which I haven't gotten to use yet.
For me , 4 is the maximum I should have being a casual amateur shooter.
At my peak, I had 2 cameras. Now I have 1.
I have 2 DSLRs, bought 3.5 years apart. The older one is still in use. I still have it because the offers I got in BnS did not justify selling it at so low offers. When a DSLR is good with low shutter count, selling it is secondary. Before these two I had many years of travel photos taken with a few favourite compacts (Lumix FX-1 & FX-33; S95 & S100). In film days, I had countless rolls of travel photos taken with the IXUS APS compact. Going forward I see myself using the G1X Mk II more & more for travels and the DSLR for specific shots at specific places when needed.
Got a Canon 6D and Sony RX100 M3.
Different occasion for different camera 😏
little kitty only holding one Rebel 500D.
2 DSLR, 3 SLR. 2 digital PnS already died long ago.
just a small sample
3mp only but cute as hell
With today's smart phones. Most would have at least 1.
why limit to one wife?? i mean one SLR??
The more the more shiok. LOL
My rules are : 1. One comes in, one must go out. If nothing can go, I shouldn't buy that new body.
2. Never , never ever go into debt to buy camera equipment as I'm just a casual shooter.
3. Once buy Liao , shoot to get back the value lol. I bring one camera out everyday.
2 body can bring 2 lens out don need change lens
For SLR at one point of time have 7 SLRs; 3 full frame, 1 dx, 2 film, 1 medium format
Now trim down to 3 full frame and 2 film. Using for work.
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