This makes me happy. Happy McHappyface?
In other unrelated things, GSA Softball has started up for the year, which means lots of nice opportunities for me to get my sports photography on.
It’s been about half a year since I’ve done photo stats, and I’ve gotten a new camera since then. Photoshop album now reports 408319 tagged photos through yesterday (May 12).
Here’s individual camera stats, including all cameras for comparison
|Intel Pocket PC camera||October 6, 2000 – September 18, 2003||1077 days; 2.95 years||15,829 photos||$200||14.7 photos per day||1.26¢ per photo|
|Olympus C3000 Zoom||September 28, 2001 – December 5, 2003||798 days; 2.186 years||10,647 photos||$450||13.3 photos per day||4.23¢ per photo|
|Kodak Easyshare DX6490||December 8, 2003 – March 17, 2006||830 days; 2.274 years||49,413 photos||$500||59.5 photos per day||1.01¢ per photo|
|Nikon D50||March 22, 2006 – November 15, 2009||1334 days; 3.655 years||105,067 photos||$570||78.8 photos per day||0.54¢ per photo|
|+$250 repair cost||0.78¢ per photo|
|106,916 shutter releases||$570||80.15 shutter releases per day||0.533¢ per shutter release|
|+$250 repair cost||0.77¢ per shutter release|
|July 27, 2009 – May 11, 2016||2480 days; 6.79 years||20,879 photos||$70||8.42 photos per day||0.34¢ per photo|
|February 26, 2010 – May 12, 2016||2267 days; 6.21 years||200,264 photos||$780||88.34 photos per day||0.39¢ per photo|
|260,614 shutter releases||114.96 shutter releases per day||0.30¢ per shutter release|
|iPhone 5||June 23, 2013 – December 23, 2014||548 days; 1.5 years||130 photos||$0
(Provided by work)
|0.24 photos per day||0.00¢ per photo|
|149 shutter releases||0.27 shutter releases per day||0.00¢ per shutter release|
|iPhone 6 Plus
|January 8, 2015 – April 7, 2016||455 days; 1.25 years||2652 photos||$0
(Provided by work)
|5.83 photos per day||0.00¢ per photo|
|7218 shutter releases||15.86 shutter releases per day||0.00¢ per shutter release|
|December 2, 2015 – May 8, 2016||158 days; 0.43 years||3258 photos||$620||20.62 photos per day||19.03¢ per photo|
|5431 shutter releases||34.37 shutter releases per day||11.42¢ per shutter release|
It’s worth noting that, even though the D90 has 7863 more shutter releases than the last stats, I’ve only kept 3725 of those photos (~47%), which means I’m editing down photos much more heavily than I used to. Similarly for my new D7100, where I only keep ~60% of the photos I take with it.
I also only keep ~37% of the photos I take with my work iPhone. (A lot of this is probably due to picture quality… since my photos with it tend to come out blurry, I usually spam the shutter button when I’m using it, and delete the junk later.)
For contrast, I kept more than 98% of the photos I took with my D50.
This is good, both for looking through photos later, and also for hard drive space.
No graphs for now… more graphs probably when I hit 325,000 photos.
Life is good :)