I loved to make photos ever since i can remember. But film-based cameras were expensive during their active lives. This is why i had a lot to catch up on in 2000, when i got my first digital camera, a Kodak DC3800 with 2.1 megapixels. It was the beginning of many more cameras in my career. First i used them at school to make photos and videos for presentations. And later as photojournalist i documented history being written.
In 2005, i got my first DSLR camera, a Canon EOS 350D with 8 megapixels. It has enabled me to capture a wider range of situations. It gave me access to events and humans i would not have seen in real life otherwise. At that time not many people had a DSLR camera, so i was special and ahead of my time. It was a quite unique moment, because there was hardly any competition, unlike these days. And this is why i have made steps from photography towards videography in the last years.
- 2000: Kodak DC3800 (2.1MP)
- 2003: Canon PowerShot A20 (2.1MP)
- 2004: Canon PowerShot A85 (4MP)
- 2005: Canon EOS 350D (8MP)
- 2009: Canon EOS 7D (17.9MP)
- 2011: Canon EOS 5D Mark II (21.1MP)
- 2012: GoPro Hero2
- 2014: Canon PowerShot ELPH-150 IS
- 2014: GoPro Hero3 White
- 2014: Sony DSC-RX100 III
- 2015: GoPro Hero4 Silver
- 2016: Sony DSC-RX100 IV