Share your Year End Stats


Probably Not Walter Kernow
I've got a similar thread over on so started one here too. Feel free to chip in and share your stats too.

Still about 36hrs to run in 2020 but I can't see my numbers changing much. I suspect 2021 will see more of the same but fingers x-ed it is super boring and uneventful :laugh1:

No real surprise - using my Oly stuff mostly but the Pentax K-5 has been a real sleeper hit, particularly with Macro stuff.

by Walter Kernow, on Flickr

Trying to make a much more conscious decision to keep the ISO low, staying in the m43 sweet spot aperture-wise and it appears I've been using manual-focus lenses a lot (to be fair I haven't noticed if my Pentax K/m42 adapted or Nikon non-AF lenses pass through Exif data on their native bodies so this may be badly skewed (I have certainly been using the adapted 200mm f4 Micro Nikkor *a lot* on the E-M1). I'm also wondering why the Oly bodies don't pass manual lens Exif through given you add it into the IS profile?

by Walter Kernow, on Flickr

Amusing to see the Covid-19 NZ lock-down in my photo timeline (late March easing through June/July) - lots of WFH over winter and minimal photo opportunities!

by Walter Kernow, on Flickr

No surprise on the lens front, I picked up the Oly 17mm f1.8 so have been putting that to use as an everyday carry type of lens on the E-PM2. Also the Pana 20mm is a staple and the Oly 60mm is always on one body or another for macro purposes. Looks like my Exif stats app doesn't correctly parse the Nikon or Pentax data for the lenses which is annoying - I should see if there is an update available. From memory the Nikon has mostly been the manual 55mm or 200mm macros or more recently the 28-105mm AF-D zoom and on the Pentax its mostly been the 100mm macro.

by Walter Kernow, on Flickr

Looks like I've gone the entire year without getting any film developed either, judging by the lack of the SP-3000 scanner in the stats. Will have to rectify that for 2021.

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