My Gear

Below you will find details of all the photography equipment I am currently using. Each has a short review/description along with links to various suppliers. I personally buy most of my photographic equipment via Wex Photographic and Park Cameras and highly recommend them both should you require anything.



 

Cameras / Lenses

 

Sony A7ii ILCE7M2B Full Frame Compact System Camera

Sony A7ii (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – A fantastic camera that I’d recommend to anyone. Having switched from a Canon DSLR, it took a little getting used to, but I would never go back to a DSLR now. I am a full mirrorless convert.

Sony Vario T* FE 16 - 35 mm F4 ZA OSS Lens

Sony Vario T* FE 16 – 35 mm F4 ZA OSS Lens (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – My landscape and architecture workhorse.

Sony SEL90M28G E Mount - Full Frame 90mm F2.8 Telephoto Macro G Lens

Sony SEL90M28G E Mount – Full Frame 90mm F2.8 Telephoto Macro G Lens (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – Fantastic light lens for macro, portraits and even landscapes. Highly portable and easy to use.

 

Sigma AF 70-200mm F/2.8 APO EX DG OS HSM telephoto-zoom lens

Sigma AF 70-200mm F/2.8 APO EX DG OS HSM telephoto-zoom lens (Amazon). Note: This lens requires the A-Mount adapter linked below as it isn’t a native fit for Sony E-Mount cameras.

Sony LAEA4 35 mm Full Frame A-Mount Adapter

Sony LAEA4 35 mm Full Frame A-Mount Adapter (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – Used to adapt the above A-Mount telephoto lens for use on my E-Mount Sony A7II.

 

Sigma 1.4x EX DG APO Teleconverter for Sony Minolta A-Mount

Sigma 1.4x EX DG APO Teleconverter for Sony Minolta A-Mount (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras). Note: This is an A-Mount teleconverter for the above Sigma telephoto lens. It doesn’t work with the other E-Mount lenses listed.

 

Accessories

Peak Design Clutch CL-2

Peak Design Clutch CL-2 (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – Genuinely one of THE BEST photography purchases I have ever made. I honestly can’t rate the clutch highly enough. It has not come off my camera since I bought it. I’m a little bit smitten.

 

Peak Design Black Slide Camera Strap SL-2

Peak Design Black Slide Camera Strap SL-2 (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – Incredibly comfortable strap which you can wear round your neck or crossed over your shoulder. Easy to adjust and very easy to remove from your camera thanks to the super quick Anchor system Peak Design have adopted.

 

Peak Design Anchor Links

Peak Design Anchor Links (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – Spare Anchors for the Peak Design Clutch and Slide accessories. The cord on the Anchors is very strong and doesn’t wear through very quick so you will likely not need to buy replacements for years (depending on how you treat your gear!).

 

Editing / Printing Equipment

Wacom Intuos PRO Small Graphic Tablet with Pen

Wacom Intuos PRO Small Graphic Tablet with Pen (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – I Could not imagine editing my images without a Wacom tablet by my side. I started out learning on a small Wacom Bamboo then upgraded to this in early 2017. I love it.

 

Epson SureColor SC-P800 A2 Colour Photo Inkjet Printer

Epson SureColor SC-P800 A2 Colour Photo Inkjet Printer (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras). I use this printer to print my limited edition A2 images using Epson Ultra Chrome HD Ink. It works beautifully and creates stunning print results. If you’re at all concerned about ink/running costs, the current price for a full set of inks from Wex can be found here.

 

Past Equipment

 

Below are some of the products I’ve used on images in my gallery but have since sold. Most of these I’d still happily recommend but don’t have them in my current selection. If you’d like to know more about my reasons for parting ways with any of them, feel free to contact me.

Sony SEL70200G 70-200mm f/4.0 G OSS

Sony SEL70200G 70-200mm f/4.0 G OSS (Amazon, Wex Photographic, Park Cameras) – A very good telephoto lens and my first one for the A7ii. I traded this in at Wex when I heard the Sony 70-200mm f2.8 was going to be released. Due to struggles getting the Sony 70-200 f2.8, I decided to get the Sigma version (linked above) instead and it has worked out great.