For the second episode of "Mark's Photography Spot" on YouTube I give a quick overview of my digital cameras: Here’s the list of the cameras: 1. Canon EOS T3i-this is my main workhorse DSLR. It has 18.1 megapixels and shoots HD video in addition to still images. It came with the EFS 18-55mm “kit” lens as well as the 55-250mm zoom lens. This past Spring I purchased the Canon 15-85mm EFS lens, which is now my “go to” do everything lens.
2. Canon Rebel XSi-This is Pam’s DSLR which I bought used off of eBay. The camera is 12 megapixels and while it doesn’t shoot video it has all of the features needed to take great photographs. Pam really enjoys the camera, especially when she has the Canon EFS 18-135mm lens on it, allowing her to shoot pretty much anything she wants without having to change lenses.
3. Canon Powershot S95- This is a handy point and shoot camera with high end features. It shoots RAW in addition to JPEG and is very compact, making it a perfect take anywhere camera. It has 10.1 megapixels, has a 3.8x optical zoom, shoots HD video and allows full manual shooting if desired.
4. Olympus Stylus Zoom- This is a vintage digital camera that I got in 2003. It offers 4.0 megapixels and a 3x optical zoom. It is weather resistant, making it a great camera to take on a bike ride or hike. It still takes great images.
That’s about it for the digital cameras. Be sure to see the next video where I give a quick run through my budding vintage film camera collection!