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what photography equipment have you got?


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There always seem to be threads on what Apple products people own so I thought it would be nice to know what photo stuff people have? I've been doing an audit of mine for insurance purposes and it does mount up.

Nikon D700 plus grip
Nikon D200 plus grip
Nikon F801
Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VR
Tamron 70-300 VR
Nikon 24mm AI-s
Nikon SB400
3 legged thing Brian tripod and Airhead 1 ball head
Tamrac Expedition 6 back pack
Formatt Hitech filter system including holder, adapter rings, 2,3 and 10 stop ND, 1,2 and 3 stop ND grad, polariser, 3 stop ND reverse grad, sunset and sunrise filters
3rd party remote release for D700 and D200
Nikon MC-12a remote release for F801
Black Rapid strap
Giottos bottle rocket
Lens Pen
4 Nikon en-el 3e batteries and charger
numerous CF and SD cards plus SD to CF adapter
multi card reader

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Hmm.. This could take a moment.

Bodies
Canon G12
Canon 600D +Grip +extra battery
Canon 70D + Grip +4 extra batteries

Lens
Sigma 18-250mm Macro +Hood
Sigma 17-70mm Contemporary +Hood
Canon EF-S 10-22mm USM +Hood
Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM +Hood
Canon EF 50 f/1.8 +Hood
Canon EF 28-135mm IS USM (no longer used) +Hood
Canon EF 75-300 mkIII (replacement coming soon)
Tamrom SP 70-300 (replacing the above) +Hood

Flash Related
Canon Speedlite 430 EXII
Cowboy Studio wireless triggers
Limo Studio Umbrella Stand Kit (cheap but hey).

Tripods
Dolica ProLine with a Giottos MH1000 Ball Head
12" Gorilla Pod
plus 2 other cheap tripods

Pack & Straps
Dolica DK10 Camera BackPack
BlackRapid RS-4 and RS-7 Straps
Tripod has carrying bag also..

Remotes
Generic Wired Remote
Opteka Intervelometer

Filters
Assortment of Tiffen UV, CPL, ND filters for all 58, 62, 67, 72 & 77mm lens, plus few others.
Assortment of generic 6 to 8 point star filters to play with.
Meco Ultra Slim 77mm UV /Protector
Meco Varible ND 77mm Filter
Tama-Japan CPL 77mm
Hoya 77 to 72mm step down (put 77mm on a 72mm lens)

SD Cards
2x 32GB Sandisk, 1x 16GB Sandisk
3x 32GB Samsung Pro, 1x 64GB Samsung Pro

Other
iPod and iPad also interface with camera as a remote and intervelometer.
Audio-Technica wired condenser mic
Seagate 320GB External HDD for travel storage
A 2TB and 3TB WD MyBook USB3 drives for home storage and backup
3x Tiffen lens filter carrying pouches
Air Duster (hand held air squirter thing)
Flash Light,, can't work outside without one..

I am sure there are other things.. But this is pretty much it.

EDIT:
Forgot I got a homemade Softbox and Glide Track I made..

Software for my Mac
Adobe Lightroom 5.x
Adobe Photoshop CC
Pixelmator
Photomatix Pro
StarStaX
Time Lapse Assembler
iMovie

Also bought the Samsun Meteor USB Mic for my Podcast. Which goes for my camera equipment also..


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And a pickup truck to carry it all........
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And a pickup truck to carry it all........
Its on the TO GET list.. LOL


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I'm feeling too lazy to find everything right now, so going from memory:

Nikon D5000
Nikon N1 V2
Nikon P7100
Panasonic Lumix FZ28

10mm f2.8 CX
10-100mm f4-5.6 CX
FT-1 Adaptor
N5 Flash

18-55mm kit lens
55-200mm kit lens

Nikon 18-200mm VR
Nikon 70-300mm VR
Nikon 35mm f1.8
Nikon 50mm f1.8
Nikon 85mm f1.8
Sigma 17-50mm f2.8
Tokina 11-16mm f2.8

SB 400 Flash

BlackRapid Strap System

Manfrotto Tripod and Ballhead
Manfrotto Monopod
MiFoto Compact Tripod and Ballhead

Backpack
5 camera cases
6 to 8 padded lens cases
2 wireless remotes

Aperture
Adobe CC
Perfect Photosuite
Pixelmator
Juiced-up 2012 model MBP 15in
27in Monitor
Thunderbolt Docking Station
A slew of external HDs

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Canon 1DX
Canon 5DM3
Canon 70-200 f/2.8 IS II
Canon 24-70 II
Canon Kit 28-135
Canon 580EX II
Lumedyne P2XX
Norman 200B
ASCORLIGHT 444
Lumedyne VHUX Ultra Megacycler
Pelican 1650
Tamrac Expedition 9X
27" iMac
Adobe Lightroom 5
Epson R2000
Various RAID drives
Tons of filters and spare stuff...
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And . . . brand new Nikon D610 w/24-85 lens.

I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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And . . . brand new Nikon D610 w/24-85 lens.
I sincerely hope this thread didn't in any way influence your purchase...

whatever, congrats on your new camera - FF is the way to go!

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I sincerely hope this thread didn't in any way influence your purchase...

whatever, congrats on your new camera - FF is the way to go!
Been budgeting it or the D7100 for some time; finally decided to go with the D610.

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And . . . brand new Nikon D610 w/24-85 lens.
Very nice. That even sounds like a great combination.


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Photography on a budget:-

Panasonic Lumix TZ5 (bought 2 broken ones to make 1 working) with 16GB SD card

FujiFilm S2 Pro with 2GB CF card, Nikkor 35-70mm F3.3-5.6 AF (made 1986), Nikkor 28-80mm F3.3-5.6 G AF (2001) - so far an incredibly better lens than the first one, various filters (need to work on how to use them properly)

PhotoShop CS4
LightRoom 2.7
Gimp 2.6.7
Pixelmator 1.5.1
(All working fine in both Leopard on my PPC machines and Mavericks on the Intel ones)

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Forgot to mention - I still have my dad's 1951 Lordomat 35mm film camera, still fully working and with an additional 90mm lens

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I'm wa-aaay too lazy to dig everything up, never mind to list ...

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Do you still have the ascorlight 444?
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A precis of mine: -

Nikon D810
Nikon D3
Nikon D300s

approx 27lbs of nikkor glass

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how is the D810?

when i changed my d700 i looked at it but just couldn't justify the extra £700 over the D800, especially as i wanted and bought a new nikon 16-35 f4 wide angle lens at the same time

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