My Camera Gear
- Sony A7r iii. This is my primary camera since I am predominantly a landscape photographer. I love the a7r iii. I had the first and second generation of this camera as well and they just keep getting better. You can find out more about this camera here...
- Sony A9. The Sony A9 is a really fast camera that I would use mostly for bird watching/photography or sports. I do not do a lot of sports shooting and I don't use this camera as much as I thought I would but it is a really nice one. You can find out more about this camera here...
- Sony RX1r ii. Sony cameras have really weird names and this camera is a bit of a luxury, lacks zoom, etc. but it is my go-to camera when I go on quick road trips for work or things like that. You can find out more about this camera here...
- Sony FE 24-70 F/2.8 GM. This used to be my primary lens for most things but I've since moved to the G-master 16-35 though I use this mid-range zoom somewhat often. it doesn't seem to be as crisp as the 16-35mm though. You can find out more about this lens here
- Zeiss Sonar T*55 mms F/1.8. Another really great portrait and city lens. I don't use it much given my subject matter but it's a great lens! Learn more about this lens here
- Sony FE85mm F/1.4 GM. Wow this is just an amazing lens. I use it mostly for portrait work. Fantastic lens, the auto focus is a little slow and loud but no complaints! You can find out about this lens here
- Sony FE90 mm F/2.8 Macro G OSS. I don't use this lens as much as I would like to but I'd like to get into Macro photography more than I have thus far. My idea is around maybe taking photos of mineral deposits, etc. You can find out about this lens here
- Sony FE70-200 mm F/4 G OSS. I rarely use this one. I've thought about selling it or trading it in but I see others get some lovely productivity out of it so I hold onto it. You can find out more about this lens here
- Sony 100-400 mm Super Telephoto F/4.5 - F/5.6. Either my first or second most used lens. Love it!!!! You can find out more about this lens here