This is a pictorial inventory of the cameras which I have used to the max since 1976 up to present for my surgical training, research and teaching and documentation activities in my life as a surgeon, researcher, teacher, hospital manager, etc.
My very first camera, Pentax K1000 which I bought during my residency in the Philippine General Hospital in 1976. Note: I am going to dispose of this in 2016 as part of my clutter management. I cannot use this anymore in this age of digital camera.
The second Pentax – Pentax MX (above K1000) was given to me by my sister, Selly. Note: I am going to dispose of this in 2016 as part of my clutter management. I cannot use this anymore in this age of digital camera.
This shows the various cameras and accessories that I have used before (circa 2005).
2005 (I think) up to 2010 – I stopped photography because of the advent of digital cameras – until my sister, Delly, gave me this second-hand digital camera, Sony 7.2, in 2011, which I used to the max until it conked out in November 12, 2015. Note: I am going to dispose of this in 2016 as part of my clutter management.
My sister, Delly, also gave me this second-hand digital camera, Sony Optical 3x, in 2011 which I have been using as a back-up. It is still functional to a certain extent. I will keep it as an emergency back-up.
November 24, 2015, a patient, Joan Uy, gave me this Canon IXUS camera.
December 15, 2015, a patient, Sierra Jikiri, gave me this Canon IXUS camera, same model as the one given to me by Joan Uy, but in different color.
Now, I have 2 Canon IXUS cameras. I will use them simultaneously as a back-up to each other.
To avoid loss, I have placed my name and cell number on the cameras.
I will use these two cameras to the max until they conk out.
How I got involved in medical photography
ROJoson’s Digital Camera and Disaster Preparedness