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My Gear

Below is almost everything I use and I will try my best to keep on top of it.

I have included links to all of my kit, some of the links are affiliate links which means if you choose to purchase an item, I may get a small commission.

Photography Gear

Fujifilm XT-5 – The X-T5 provides remarkably good image quality, and when using some of Fujinon’s better lenses, the 40-MP sensor could easily deliver images that are as good as some full frame cameras. JPEGs also have that beautiful colour and punch that you expect from Fujifilm.

Fujifilm XT-3 – There’s not much to complain about when it comes to the X-T3’s image quality. Fujifilm’s APS-C cameras have a long history of excellent image quality performance, at both low and high ISOs, and the X-T3 is no exception.

Fujifilm XT-2 – The XT-2 features a 24.3MP X-Trans III CMOS sensor, similar to the X-Pro2. The images it produces are nothing shy of gorgeous. The colour rendition is brilliant, even on the camera’s default settings. And the white balance is spot-on and quite neutral, typical for Fujifilm. This was the camera that convinced me to switch from Nikon to Fujifilm.

Fujifilm X30 – The Fujifilm X30 is an amazingly well-built camera, with no flex or movement in its chassis thanks to the die-cast magnesium alloy top and base plates and machined control dials. This is my go to camera when going out with the kids, it’s a forgotten gem for travel, street, and family photography.

Fujifilm XF10-24mm – If you are a travel or landscape photographer you cannot go wrong with the XF10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR especially if you consider pairing it with one of the faster prime lenses for the occasional low light shooting or when you desire a shallow depth of field in your images. Even if the wide angle is too much, a quick turn of the zoom will give you a trusty 35mm focal length to work with. A highly recommended lens. 

Fujifilm XF 55-200mm – If you are a Fujifilm shooter in the market for a zoom lens, then the Fujifilm XF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 R LM OIS lens would be an ideal place to start and finish. This lens has a brilliant set of features in a superior build that Fujifilm is renowned for.

Fujifilm XF 23mm – The Fujifilm XF 23mm f/2 R WR is super compact, light, and still delivers on image quality. Autofocus is fast and silent and the lens is weather-sealed, which is nice in dusty, rainy, or snowy conditions.

Video Gear

DJI Pocket 2 Creator Combo – When it comes to use, the size and shape, make it infinitely more comfortable to use than a mobile phone especially with the do-it-all handle attached. Then there’s the wireless mic that can be quickly clipped to my jacket and I’m ready to vlog, no fuss it’s just fast and easy.

DJI Mini 2 – The DJI Mini 2, in my opinion, would have been the best travel drone of all time if it were able to squeeze in the obstacle avoidance and active tracking features without exceeding the 249 g weight limit.

Rode VideoMicro – If you’re looking for a microphone that provides decent sound quality at an affordable price, look no further than the VideoMicro. It’s portable, lightweight and comes with accessories such as the windshield that make it even better value for money.


Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L – The durable and structured body make it the perfect choice for those traveling with camera gear, but if that’s not your thing, it can also easily tackle your weekend getaway needs.

Lowepro Flipside BP 400 – A very high quality backpack with plenty of room to carry everything I need, plus a little room to expand. Well padded with a good amount of dividers for customization.

Photography & Video Accessories

Post Production & Editing

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