My Camera Gear

The equipment listed below is the gear that I regularly use and can highly recommend for others.

(Click the image or headers to learn more about each piece of equipment)

 

Camera Bodies

Nikon D810

The Nikon D810 is my main camera and what I use most of the time. I've previously had the D800 and these cameras are by far the best I've had. Top notch image quality.

FujiFilm x-T2

The Fuji X-T2 is my backup camera and camera of choice when going on longer hikes and street photography. This is a lightweight camera that delivers surprisingly good quality.


Lenses

Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8

An ultra-sharp wide-angle lens that I primarily use for night photography. Also a perfect lens when you need to go a little wider.

Nikkor 50mm f/1.4

A lens I rarely use these days but my go-to lens when doing portrait and even street photography with the D810.

Nikkor 16-35mm f/4

The first lens I purchased for my old D800 and it's still my most used. High-quality optic that produces ultra-sharp images.

Fujifilm 23mm f/1.4

My go-to (and so far only) lens for the Fuji X-T2. Razor sharp and lightweight lens that produces great quality images.

Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8

This was also one of my first purchases and it's still a solid telezoom that lets me get close to different subjects. 

Fujinon XF100-400mm


Fujinon XF100-400mm

The perfect lens for wildlife and whenever you need to get close to your subject. By far one of the most impressive lenses I've used.


Tripod & Tripod Head

Induro CT314

For the past couple of years I've used the Induro CT314 as my main tripod.It's a sturdy but light tripod that I have no complaints about.

Sirui T-1204XL

Sirui T-1204XL

This is my latest tripod which I mainly use for longer hikes when weight is essential. It's also a great tripod to use with the Fuji System and allows my to create timelapses while using the Nikon and Induro Tripod. 

Manfrotto 498RC2

Despite being an old and rather affordable ball head, the Manfrotto 498RC2 has done its job. I will be looking to replace it soon, though, and use it as a backup.


Drone

DJI Mavic Pro

My drone of choice is the lightweight and portable DJI Mavic Pro. This drone is easy to bring on even longer hikes and it produces high-quality movies and images.


Camera Backpacks

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F-Stop Sukha

This is my main backpack that I use for most scenarios. Great quality backpack that is comfortable on even long excursions. Even fits perfectly as carry-on luggage for most airlines.

Manfrotto PV-610

My previous main backpack which I now use only when the F-Stop is too big, such as when photographing cities but I still need most my equipment. 


Filters

NiSi V5 Pro Holder

The NiSi V5 Pro Holder is my filter holder of choice and has proven to be a solid option.

Various NiSi Filters

I own a variety of NiSi Filters including: 6 Stop 150mm, 10 Stop 100mm, Reverse Graduated ND Filter, Soft GND Filter, Natural Night Filter, Horizon Filter.

NiSi 14-24mm Holder

A filter holder that fits my Nikon 14-24mm. This system is slightly bigger and the filters for it are 150mm.