What's In My Camera Bag - Sony Kit for Landscape Photography
This blog has been a long time coming. I wanted to do this blog back when I started my photography business, but I was in the middle of major decision making when it came to gear. I was deciding on whether to switch from Canon to Sony or to just stick with Canon.
Then, after I decided to switch to Sony, I just didn’t feel comfortable doing a ‘Whats in my camera bag’ video. I am not sure why, but probably that whole imposter syndrome thing….
Then three years went by and still no video. I still felt weird doing one of these so I just didn’t.
Recently I was able to get a brand new camera bag from my friends down at Horn Photo and I figured it was the best time to actually do a video since I was going to be switching all my gear over to my new bag.
So, here it is…. All the things that I carry in my camera bag.
Now please keep in mind that I do not carry all of these things all of the time. Since I am an adventure photographer, a landscape photographer, and a wedding photographer, I have to pick and choose what to take with me for the occasion.
You do not need to always carry everything with you! Please remember that!
So, lets get into it
What’s in my camera bag - Sony Kit
Sony A7riii (my main camera)
Sony A7rii (my backup camera)
Sony 6500 (my camera for video)
Sony 24-70mm G Master F 2.8 lens (my go to lens for EVERYTHING)
Sony 100-400mm G Master F 4-5.6 lens (specifically for wildlife or close up landscapes)
Sony 16-35mm F4 lens (I never use this lens anymore. I only use the Batis for my wide angles)
Batis 18mm F2.8 lens (my go to landscape and wide angle lens)
Sigma Art 50mm F1.4 lens (specifically for portraits)
Flash for weddings
Pro-Master Lens Caps
Hopefully that helps if you are on the fence about new gear!
What kind of shooter are you? Nikon, Canon, Sony, Fuji, Olympus, other? Leave a comment down below and let me know :)