I use Fujifilm cameras and lenses. At the moment, I’m using a pre-production X-T4 which I’ve had since February 2020, X-H1 and X-T2. I use the Fujifilm XF 100-400mm f/4.5-f/5.6, XF 50-140mm f/2.8 and XF 18-55mm f/2.8-f/4, plus the 1.4x teleconverter.
I’ve also had extensive use of the XF 200mm f/2 and the medium format system with the GFX50s and GF250mm f/4, both with their respective dedicated 1.4x teleconverters.
I made the decision in February 2018 to fully swap systems from Nikon DSLRs to Fujifilm mirrorless. It was a big move but one that I have absolutely no regrets about. I have a blog post about my transition towards the Fujifilm system which you can read here. In brief, their lenses are incredibly sharp, well built and (relatively) lightweight. The cameras are also lightweight, produce incredible colours (I enjoy using the film simulations!) and while packed with modern photographic technology, they have a wonderful tactile ‘retro’ feel to them.
In January 2020, I was delighted to accept an invitation from FUJIFILM UK to become one of their UK brand ambassadors – an Official FUJIFILM X-Photographer! I’ve got a blog post on this, here.
When needed, I use a Benro MMA28C carbon fibre monopod which is incredibly lightweight and sturdy. I have two tripods, a Gitzo 5541LS and a Manfroto Neotec. I use Uniqball heads on both the monopod and tripods.
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.
Very occasionally, my Go Pro Hero4 Silver gets an outing too. I bought this with the idea of documenting some fabulous locations I work in. My YouTube channel is here. Beware, it’s very much neglected!