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How Many Shots A Year....

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jeff Lee, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    Do you shoot?

    Ever since I got my CP4500, I've averaged about 15K per year.

    How about you?
  2. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    I have over 30 k in 18 months
  3. haven't actually checked - ever !

    But its around 7000 per year I'd say. Lack of time !
  4. Julien


    Jul 28, 2006
    Paris, France
    Depends , are we counting just keepers or all shots ? There might be a big difference between the 2 :biggrin:
  5. cadman


    Dec 4, 2006
    Johns Creek, GA
    it depends

    Maui in 2005, I took over 8k clicks in two weeks on my d70.

    Colorado in 2006, I took 3k on the d200 in a week.

    In the non-travel normal world, I take roughly 1k a month typically in 3-4 shoots. Just messin around and i bracket alot, play with dof, etc.
  6. Quality not quantity I say. Not to much free time but I guess about 2500 to 4000 a year
  7. jfenton


    Jan 26, 2005
    Haverhill, MA

    I'd estimate
  8. fks


    Apr 30, 2005
    sf bay area
    pure shots, about 10k. keepers, about 3k. digital makes me sloppy, but i have WAY more keepers than i got with film.

  9. DBrim


    May 30, 2007
    Boston, MA
    It depends. I'd estimate 10k/year (I've only had my D50 6 months, up to 5200 shots on it). I don't have much time sometimes (and when I do I usually get unlucky with the weather, dang June Gloom). I've taken 500 shots in an hour before (ONE of which went in my gallery), and I've taken as few as 50 shots in a month (full time college student + 30 hours/week robotics team). It fluctuates a lot.
  10. It really depends too, I have some time constraints, and I know weather usually plays a factor with me too. I have shot about 5300 with my D200 since March when I got it, but come December till about early Feb, it is either too cold or rotten out to go shooting, plus it gets dark too quick.
  11. Commodorefirst

    Commodorefirst Admin/Moderator Administrator

    May 1, 2005

    And last year was around 50,000, but that includes some weekends of 3-4 thousand images at dance and other events,
  12. 30,000 + on a slow year since going to DSLR but yea, who's counting... Quality should be mission number one however at times quantity may be needed to get a few high quality pictures :smile:
    Last edited by a moderator: Jun 19, 2007
  13. Daniel Bates

    Daniel Bates

    Jan 9, 2007
    I can't count but I've put around 80,000 clicks on my bodies since September. Not that any of them were worth looking at, of course... :) 
  14. Logan

    Logan Guest

    well since i got my d50 in July last year, i have put on 10ish thousand... wow, i didnt think it was that much.... better start slowing down..., on second thought... NAAAAWW!

    Keep Shooting!
  15. slappomatt


    May 13, 2006
    San Diego CA
    When I got my first dslr, a D50 about 2 years ago. I logged about 23k on it in the first year.

    upgraded to a D80 and only put about 5k on it the 2nd year. now I have a D200 coming. maybe this year it will only be about 1k :)  but I hope not.
  16. wbeem


    Feb 11, 2007
    Sanford, FL
    William Beem
    Depends. Are we talking tequila or rum?
  17. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Hey Jim
    You shot 40K on least bitterns....rofl
  18. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    Yes, us bird shooters do tend to fire a few shots. A weekend of birding is easily a 400/500 shot trip:) 

    I'm sure I shoot 10K of my 15k in four summer months.
  19. BigPixel

    BigPixel Guest

    maybe 15k in my life and I'm old.....
  20. About 5500 keepers a year. Back in the 90's it was twice that.
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