-This is the camera that replaced my Nikon D7000 after I decided to upgrade to a Full-frame body. I have had no regrets in making that decision and love the quality of images this camera produces. I plan to keep this camera for quite some time.
-This 16mm-35mm f/4. wide angle is becoming my most used lens. Fantastic quality and produces crisp, clear images.
Full-sized Tripod. Aluminium material, very sturdy and robust.
Carbon Fibre lightweight travel tripod.
Aluminium Travel Tripod. Smaller size.
-The perfect bag isn't easy to find, but this Lowepro .... is decent. A pocket at the top for additional small gear, snacks, or personal items, two smaller zip pockets, a laptop pouch and a large compartment which has an easy access zip, fits my camera gear in perfectly.
64GB SanDisk Extreme Pro Class 10
For long exposures.
UV Filter, Circular Polariser and ND8
The odd occasion a filter get stuck on a lens.
-Small, easy to carry and slot into a pocket or backpack. Although, now, the older model of the range, it produces wonderful video quality and had decent focus tracking.
-For those who prefer to capture separate audio for crisp, clear sound.
-Waterproof action camera
-Indoor filming for those who have small spaces and don't wish to spend a fortune.
-This BenQ monitor works as a dual monitor alongside my Macbook Pro. Perfect for colour, graphic and photography work it offers 99% Adobe RGB Colourspace.
-Storage backup for both video and images.
-Used when editing and to create business related things such as logos and business cards.
-For image editing and graphic work.
-Catalogue and store images.
-These Valleret gloves are a must for harsh, winter conditions.