What I am using now, my equipment:
I currently shoot with a Sony a7R camera and various lenses. I find this an excellent camera and will upgrade to the a7rII as soon as the time is right!
I have also taken on the role of a UK Ambassador for Kase Filters, you can find out more about Kase Filters here. Kasefilters.com
Other essential items that I carry are as follows…
- A Manfrotto BeFree or 190 Tripod both with Ball Heads – Used for almost all my landscape shots.
- Cleaning Kit – Need I explain? Lens wipes, microfibre cloth etc.
- Towels – I always carry some flannel size towels too, very useful if shooting in less than perfect conditions and need to wipe down equipment.
- Filters – Extensive set of Kase Wolverine 100mm filters, including polariser.
- Camera Bag – I favor a backpack type camera bag. It is especially useful when yomping to locations to shoot landscapes.
- Memory Cards – Yes, plural! Firstly useful if you run out of space, secondly never have just one, as every photographer will have at some point turned on their camera to realise the memory card is still sat in its reader somewhere?
- Battery Charger and Power Bank – You never want to be left short of charge.
My Past Cameras:
Samsung NX1 – This is still my backup body.
Samsung NX1000 – My 1st real interchangeable lens camera, it was a great bit of kit.
Panasonic FZ45 – A great Bridge camera with 24x Zoom. I did a lot of miles with this camera, and got some great shots.
Kodak Z650 – The camera that ignited in me the photography bug. This camera was a great piece of kit in its time.