Year: 1989

Make: NIKON F501 AF single lens reflex

Lens: Nikkor 35-70 f3.5 max autofocus

Shutter: 1/2000 max vertical blind focal plane

Media: 35 mm roll film

Year: 1968

Make: MAMIYA C220 Professional twin lens reflex

Shutter: Seiko BL 1/500 - B x-m Sync on all speeds

Make: Sony DCR-TRV238E Handycam
Lens: f1.6 ,  2.4 - 60mm (25x zoom)
Media: Digital8 cassette - 90 min duration
Stills: On tape
Sound: Stereo
Extra: Night vision
Make: Panasonic HD 1080p, 16x9, 3CCD
Model: HDC-DX1
Lens: Leica f1.8-2.8, 4mm to 48mm zoom
Media: 8cm DVD-RW or DVD Ram, 30 minutes
Stills: SDHC card, Flash built in.
Sound: 5.1 channel surround, 5 microphones
Extra: AVCHD standard, HDMI output.
My Camera Collection
Year: 2011
Make: Leica V-LUX 30 - Resolution: 14.1 megapixels
Lens:  Leica DC Vario-Elmar F3.3-5.9, 4.3  to 68.8mm
zoom.
Media: SDHC card, built-in flash.
HD Video 1920 x 1080 AVCHD. GPS position indication.
HDMI & USB outlets.

Year: 1978

Make: Nikkormat FT2 single lens reflex

Shutter: 1/1000 - 1 sec focal plane

Media: 35mm rollfilm

Extras: Hot shoe, Coupled Cds meter

Year: 2011
Make: NIKON 5100 Digital SLR - 16.1 megapixels
Lens: AF-S DX Nikkor ED 18-55mm f3.5 max, with
Interchangeable AF-5 DX VR 55 9 200mm lens
Shutter: 1/4000 - 30 sec
Media: SDHC card. Multi programme exposures
Video: HD 1980 x 1020 resolution.
Make: Panasonic NV-GS280 Mini DV,
            Image sensor: 3CCD
Lens:  Leica AutoIris, F1.8 to F2.8, 3mm to
           30mm zoom
Media: Mini DV 6.35mm digital video tape
Stills:   On SDHC card. Built in flash
Sound: PCM digital 16bit  48khz/2 channel
Make: Canon, Model: G12
Lens:  Canon zoom lens. 6.1-30.5mm,
            f2.8 - f4.5
Media: SD card
Make: Panasonic NV-DS27 video camera
Lens: F1.8, 2.5-24.5 (10x zoom)
Media: DV tape - 60m duration
Sound: Stereo
1989

Make: Sony CCD-TR55E Video 8 Handycam
Lens:  11-66mm zoom
Media: Digital 8 Cassette - 90 minutes

Lens: Nikkor H, 50mm manual focus f2.0 F mount

Lens: Interchangeable Sekor F2.8 80mm taking & viewing

Super Paxette f2.8 Pointikar lens. Prontor - SVS Shutter.

Media 35 mm roll film.
Light Meters
Weston Master 2
Weston Master 5
Gossen Lunasix 3
Gossen Bix 3
In the days of film cameras, there was a choice of films of a different
sensitivity to light. The sensitivity was measured in ASA or ISO. The
higher the ASA or ISO the higher the sensitivity to light. For example
if the film was mainly bring used outdoors with sunlight, then a speed
of 200 was adequate, but indoors or low light, then 400 would be
required. When using a light meter it had to be set up to match the
film speed, and iris, in order to indicate the iris and shutter speed the
camera should be set at.