The Camera's I Use

I uploaded another 'Monday Minute' talking about the camera's I currently own, and said I was going to write a little blog post with a tiny bit more detail, so here it is. 

I've taken all of the photos from my trusty friend Google, as I thought they'd be much clearer than photos from my phone.
Nikon D3100, standard kit lense
 My first real DLSR. It's brilliant, what can I say. 
I absolutely love this camera for photography, it's not so great for filming.
It only films for 10 minutes before self-timing out, which can be quite annoying because we all know YouTube video's lately drag well over 10 minutes. 
If you have auto focus on, it makes a constant clicking throughout filming which also isn't good and if you don't have it on, there's no way to see if you're in focus.
Apart from that, I LOVE IT.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ55
 This little beauty.
This is my current all rounder camera.
I use it for vlogs, main channel videos and everything inbetween.
I did initially but this as a 'main video' camera to replace my DSLR, but it over took my vlogging camera too.
It's too good. There's nothing it does that's wrong.
Samsung MV800
 A good little camera. 
I imagine this camera could be a lot better than mine was, because mine I bought from eBay and it was a little defected.
It was a good all rounder.
Panasonic HX-DC3
 This was my first 'vlogging' camera, and to this day I still love it. 
It's a bit awkward to hold, even though the design looks like it be easier, it's not..
The only downside to this camera, and one of the main reasons I got another one is that it makes kind of an odd clicking when you are recording a video, I think it's the auto-focus.
I don't always notice it, but when I do, it's one of those kind of things that you can't un-hear.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 8
This camera is just a bit of fun, but oh what a bit of fun it is. 
I absolutely love the Polaroid feel, and how you only have one chance to get that picture perfect. 
This camera is a bit of a novelty, but I still love it to bits. 
I'm still yet to master the art of taking a great Polaroid first time. Let's just say, I've wasted quite a few. 

If you have any more questions about any of the camera's I own, feel free to leave them in the comments below or on my YouTube video.

Thanks for reading guys, I hope you've learnt a little bit!

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