Camera Gear

Camera Bodies:
Canon 5D Mark III
Canon T1i (500D)
Sony Alpha NEX-3

Lenses:
Canon 16-35mm f/4L IS USM (pre-order)
Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
Canon 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L II IS USM
Canon 85mm f/1.8 USM
Sony 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6

Flashes:
Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT
Yongnuo YN560II
Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT

Light Modifiers:
Westcott Apollo 50” Mega JS Softbox
Westcott Apollo 28” Softbox
Neewer 24” Softbox
Lastolite Ezybox Speedlite Softbox
Impact 45” Convertible Umbrella
Flashpoint 40” Convertible Umbrella
Neewer 32” 5-in-1 Reflector
Fotodiox 48” x 72” 5-in-1 Reflector

Grip:
Matthews Studio Equipment Light Stands
Interfit Boom Arm

Camera Support:
Gitzo 3542LS Carbon Tripod Legs
Gitzo 1542T Carbon Tripod Legs
Benro A058-M8 Aluminium Tripod Legs
GorillaPod Hybrid Tripod with Ballhead
Acratech GV2 Ballhead
Markins Q3t Ballhead
Flashpoint F-2 Ballhead

Filters:
Hoya HD 77mm Circular Polarizer
Hoya HD2 82mm Circular Polarizer
B+W Kaesemann 105mm MRC Circular Polarizer
Lee Filter Holder
Lee Neutral Density 0.9 Graduated Soft Edge
Lee Neutral Density 1.2 Graduated Soft Edge
Hitech Neutral Density 0.6 Graduated Soft Edge

Transport:
Lowepro Flipside 400AW
Lowepro Flipside 200
Lowepro Flipside 10L
Lowepro Exchange Messenger
Lowepro Apex 100AW
BlackRapid Sport
BlackRapid RS-4

Memory:
Lexar Professional 1000x 32GB Compact Flash
Transcend 400X 32GB Compact Flash
SanDisk Ultra 16GB SD

7 thoughts on “Camera Gear

  1. Truly impressive list of equipment. While the OMD is not going to beat your Mark 3, you’ll definitely get competitive results especially considering the smaller form factor. You’ll find your T1i and Nex 3 not so attractive anymore too.

    • Believe me I am a light weight compared to some other photographers. I have four choices in terms of bags for any outing with my dSLR. The Lowepro 400AW fits everything and I use it for extended trips. The smaller bags I use for all my local stuff. I usually take my camera with the versatile 24-105mm attached, then if I need reach, grab the 70-200. If I am shooting landscape, I grab the 17-40mm along with my set of filters. Manfrotto 055cxpro3 for short outings and the Gitzo traveler for longer treks. All of my portrait stuff (stands and light modifiers) fit in one duffle and I take it for location portrait sessions (mostly family). I am not a big fan of “bring everything just in case” and choose to travel light whenever possible.

      • True, can’t take everything but on car trips you can toss in some extras. Flying in tough. Have to choose wisely. You like the Gitzo? Is it carbon?

      • John, I just recently got the Gitzo and yes it is the carbon version, GT1542t. I have only used it once, but it folds up nice and small, and is super light (2.2 lbs) and stable (not as stable as my full size Manfrotto though). Fully extended it is a bit short, but that is the price you pay for a compact folded size. With the center column fully extended, it reaches eye level for me though (I am 5’11”).

      • Thanks. I have the large RRS carbon which handles the wind well but it’s not easy to travel with. It does just fit in a carry on but takes up half the space. Will take a look at your model.

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