Before I started aviation photography, I just made prints and let them in the folder, or sometimes I put them in an album.
Then, I discovered those flying metal tubes - the beginning of the end of my full wallet.
First, a flatbed scanner. Needless to say: only rejections, and I was unhappy with the scan quality. Next thing was a new camera. I had an EOS RT and bouth an EOS 30. Some weeks later I switched to slides and bought a Minolta Dual Scan II
slide scanner. The first big improvement in scan quality!!
One year later, I switched again, this time to digital: I got a Sony F707 with a Olympus B300 TC
. Again one year later (more or less), I completly switched to digital, when I bought a 2nd hand EOS D60 some weeks back.
Next thing will be a new lens. The new laptop with at least 3000GB HD
) is of course also on the shopping list.
But I'm sure, there are more manicas out there
dominguez(dash)online(dot)ch ... Pushing the limits of my equipment