I use Fujifilm cameras and lenses, the X-H2S, X-H1 and X-T2 with the Fujifilm XF 100-400mm, XF150-600mmXF, XF50-140mm f/2.8 and XF 18-55mm, plus the 1.4x teleconverter. I’ve also had extensive use of the X-T3, X-T4 and XH2 plus the XF200mm and XF10-24mm lenses.
I’ve enjoyed working with the the medium format GFX50s and GFX100s with the GF250mm f/4, GF32-64mm.
I use a 3 Legged Thing Winston 2.0 tripod and Alan 2.0 monopods. Both are incredibly lightweight but sturdy with huge load ratings.
Like most photographers, I have a large collection of camera bags and I’m yet to really find one that fits all of my requirements. I use a ThinkTank Airport Commuter for travelling with gear, especially on flights, and a Manfrotto RedBee-210 ‘in the field’.
I often use graduated filters when photographing wildlife in a wider context. My filters of choice are the Firecrest Ultra range from Formatt-Hitech for their incredible colour neutrality and sharpness. In May 2019 I accepted an invitation to become a brand ambassador for Formatt-Hitech filters.
More recently in 2020, I’ve started to move in to filmmaking projects. The Fujifilm cameras I use give me what I need with features such as 4k footage and F-log capability. But, not unlike stills photography, there’s a whole host of accessories needed to get the best results.
For filmmaking I use a manfrotto fluid video tripod head, an Atomos Shinobi external monitor, Zoom H4N multi-track audio recorder, a Smallrig camera cage and long-lens support with various attachements and a Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra 3 stop ND filter.