Camera gear

Starting with an entry level DSLR, a Canon EOS1100D, I progressed to a Canon EOS 80D, and then

my first full frame EOS 5Dii within a year. After using the 5Dii for a year and a half I decided to

progress into the mirrorless full frame and am now shooting with EOS R.

The EOS R is so much more versatile, being able to take both my crop sensor camera lenses as

well as the full frame lenses.

I love shooting long exposures and milky way night skies for which I now use a Sigma Art 24mm

prime lens. This lens has a high aperture of f/1.4, it is very sharp at f/4, great for night shots and

panoramas.

When needed. Attached to the lens I use, NiSi V5-Pro holder, and NiSi Fliters,10stop, 6stop, Soft GND, Reverse GND and NC CPL Filter.

When taking Long Exposure, Astro, Milkyway, Startrail shots you need a solid base, so I use the Manfrotto 055XPRO3 Tripod.

 

Other lenses

  • Full Frame​

    • EF 120 – 300 f/2.8 DG Sigma Lens 

    • EF 100mm_f/2.8 – PRIME LENS

    • EF 50mm_f/1.8 - PRIME LENS

    • EF 75-300 _f/4

    • EF 14mm_f/2.8 - PRIME LENS

    • EF Sigma 120 – 300 f/2.8 DG

  • EF 17-35mm_f/2.8

  • Crop Sensor

    • EFS 10-18mm_f/4.5

    • EFS 18-135mm_f/3.5

    • EFS 55-250mm_f/4

Speedlite

  • Canon 430EXiii-RT

I can’t fit all this in my Pro Runner BP 450AW backpack, but fit most in that is needed to do the job, including

  • Head light, spare batteries (for camera, speedlite, headlight) Panorama head gear, compass, cleaning gear, insect repellent and snack bars.