Neewer camera tripod monopod with rotatable centre column for panoramic shooting. Aluminum alloy 75 inches/191 cm, 360 degree ball head for DSLR camera. I have been using this tripod for a while now and its never let me down. Strong, sturdy & reliable.
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 G ED Lens – This is my favourite lens in the bag and gets the most use. Nikon’s ED Glass and Nano Crystal Coat.
Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 EX DG. Is solidly built but pays some penalty in the form of size and weight.
Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2 lens is no lightweight. It is a fairly large and heavy lens, but it feels nice in the hands and balances well with a large full-frame DSLR, such as the Nikon D850 I used to test the lens. Beautiful lens which tack sharp images… I just love using the lens and trust it 100%
Nikon D850 – This is my main camera, the one I use the most, the one I trust it 100%. Superb image quality and excellent dynamic range.
Nikon D7000 – is a mid-tier DSLR with a high-resolution 16.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor and a powerful EXPEED 2 processor at its heart.. My first camera which records excellent detail in rich tones.
L Bracket – This allows me to instantly rotate my camera 90º and is one of those accessories. Once you have it, you’ll never be without it.
DJI Mavic Mini 2 Drone – What’s notable is the new camera, which can now shoot 4K video at up to 30 frames per second and capture RAW still images. It’s compact and lightweight (249 grams, so you don’t need to register it with the Civil Aviation Authority)
Lee Filters – Lee 100 Filter Holder with additional spares and pouch, Lee 0.6 Neutral Density medium graduated filter and Lee Big Stopper
F-Stop Sukha 70L Camera Backpack – A really solid bag – this is the one for me, holds everything and has put up with an awful lot of use over the past few years.
Miops Smart Trigger – Take almost impossible photos by turning your camera into a high-speed capture device! MIOPS Smart Trigger is a versatile camera trigger in a single unit and provides advanced triggering modes like Lightning, Sound, Laser, Timelapse, HDR and more.
Color Checker Passport X-RITE The art of color management is all about getting your colors to match from input to output; meaning your camera captures true colors, your monitor displays them accurately, and your printer produces a photo that matches what you see on screen.