I Sold My Nikon

I’ve been thinking of switching systems for a while now. A lot of my photographer friends have traded in their DSLRs for full-frame mirrorless bodies. Many of them have switched over to Sony. Last week I sold my entire Nikon gear to my local camera store, Tuttle Cameras. I sold them my D600, battery grip, charger, flash, Tokina 24-70 2.8, 50mm 1.8, an older version of the 50mm 1.8, and a 35mm 1.8. The last item is a 35mm for cropped sensor.

I don’t go out and shoot as much as I use to. My camera only gets used once or twice throughout the year. If I do take a camera to photograph something, it tends to be a little point-and-shoot. It’s a Panasonic LX10 so it’s an advanced point-and-shoot. I still want to have an interchangeable lens camera, but I’m definitely going to go mirrorless. I don’t think I’ll go full-frame. I’m really eyeing Olympus at the moment and I’m not even looking at their more advance bodies. I’m looking at their entry-level body, the OMD EM-10 Mark III.

Back to the Blog

UPDATE 2/10/2019

I’m giving WordPress a go again. I just imported from Blogger.

Hello. As the titles suggests, I’m trying to get back in the blogging game. I have taken the free hosting route on Blogger because life is getting expensive. But who knows? Maybe I’ll get a custom URL again through Blogger. My previous URL, http://www.davannsrey.com, is available after all. Plus, I already have business cards with that address already.

I have blogged before. A few years ago when I had a personal website on Squarespace, I had a blog section. The site originally was supposed to be a photography portfolio, but it changed over time after getting more traffic from blog posts than my photo gallery. After attending a comic book convention, I’d upload some photos and wrote about my weekend at said convention. Before Squarespace, I had a WordPress. It was the same thing. I called it DOnCons which stood for Davann On Cons.

Here I am again. Under Blogger. I actually created an account on here a long time ago. I never posted anything. Now it’s time to figure out a theme/design/layout.