What's in my bag?

For those of you who are curious about the tech stuff, this page is all about it. Each photo on this site is tagged so you can see the camera, lens, and exposure that was used.


I moved from Canons DSLRs to Sony mirrorless a few years ago. I  miss some aspects of the DSLRs, their ergonomics in particular, but the flexibility and quality of the Sony A series made it a smooth transition. The Sonys are powerhouses in a small factor that allows the use of a much smaller and lighter tripod in most cases.  I find it freeing, and it makes hiking up steep trail easier; that is a huge benefit. The Sony glass, as top-notch as it is, remains as expensive, heavy, and large as Canon and Nikon, though.  It's clear that the industry is moving to mirrorless overall, and it's exciting to see and benefit from the innovation. 

Here's what's in my bag today:


Cameras:


Sony a7RIV body, all-around workhorse

iPhone 11 Max Pro, always with me


Lenses and adaptors:

Sony FE 24-70 f2.8 GM

Sony FE 100-400 f4.5/5.6 GM

Sony FE 35mm f2.8

Rokinon 14mm f2.8 ED USM

Canon 16-35 f2.8 II with Metabones Canon to Sony adaptor


Tripods and ball-heads:


Gitzo carbon tripod with the Right Stuff BH-55 ball head (heavy duty)

Vanguard carbon tripod VEO2 (super light and sturdy)

L-Bracket


Applications:


Lightroom Mac

Photoshop Mac

Capture One Mac

Sony Image Edge

Camrote

Cascable

Shutter

AllTrails

TPE 3D


Previous camera bodies


Canon 5D Mark III

Canon 1Ds Mark III

Canon 1Ds

Nikon D100

Canon 30D

Nikon FM2

Canon AE1

Praktica

Zenith TTL

Zenit E







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