Sony A6400 Mirrorless Camera

A brilliant compact mirrorless Camera that is part of Sony's E Mount range. The autofocus on this camera is astounding and brilliant for video production, and the 4K video quality makes for stunning content. The A6400 suits me perfectly for a mixture of video and photo work.

Tamron 17-70 mm F/2.8 Sony E Zoom Lens

The Tamron 17-70 is probably the lens I use most when out and about. It's a brilliantly versatile zoom lens that really brings out the colors in everything it captures. With a range of 16-70mm it is also a great all-rounder. 


Sigma 16 mm F1.4 Sony E Prime Lens

The Sigma 16mm is by far the best prime lens I currently have in my arsenal. The quality and range that this lens captures are absolutely breathtaking, and with F1.4 it is also great for Astrophotography. I would encourage any ASPC landscape photographer to give it a go!

Sigma 30 mm F1.4 Sony E Prime Lens

I decided to pick up the Sigma 30mm after I heard that it's great for capturing close-ups. The first time I used it was for a Graduation ceremony, and the results were truly stunning. I plan to use it for Wedding photography/videography in the future, and I'm certain it'll perform fantastically.


Sony E Mount APS-C 55-210 mm F4.5-6.3 Telephoto Zoom Lens

This was the first lens I picked up for the A6400, and so far it has served me well in picking up details from a distance. It's been my first experience with Telephoto, and I've learned loads using it. 

DJI Mavic Mini Drone 

My trusty Mini has been with me for a long time now, and I still get such a thrill flying it. That said, I still also feel absolutely terrified that I might crash it into a lake at any minute... but that says more about my flying than the actual drone...


RØDE Videomic Pro

I haven't had this mic for long, but so far I am very impressed with it. While small, the Videomic Pic packs a huge punch when it comes to sound quality. Recording in a busy/loud environment is a breeze with the optional sound frequencies.

Neewer LED Video Light Kit

Another new addition to my kit, the Neewer LED Video Kit is extremely helpful in creating beautiful shots. Having the additional filters is also brilliant when shifting the color dynamic of a scene.

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SAMTIAN LED Battery Light Kit

Almost identical to the NEEWER lights in practically every way, the SAMTIAN lights prove incredibly useful for outdoor shoots. While the NEEWER lights need to be plugged in, the SAMTIAN lights are battery powered and can easily last a day's shooting.

K&F Concept 67mm ND2-400 Variable Fader

ND Filters are absolutely essential for outdoor shooting. While boosting the ISO can help lower/boost light within the camera, there's always the risk of losing quality. This ND filter eliminates that risk and is useable on most of my lenses!

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Neewer Shoulder Rig

I am one of those annoying filmmakers/photographers who claim to 'hate tripods'... When really; I hate the restriction on creativity that tripods can sometimes bring. Quite often you just want to be in the moment and follow the subject. Luckily, the Neewer Shoulder Rig allows me to move around to my hearts content.

NICEYRIG Cage + Adaptors 

The NICEYRIG Cage is extremely helpful in making my camera even more capable. The cage allows me to throw on a mic, a monitor, and even small lights.

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Vanguard VEO Select 37BRM Backpack

I got this bag when I started building up my lens collection, and so far I have found very few faults with it. Aside from filling it far too quickly (completely my fault), it has kept my kit safe and dry through some tough conditions.

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip V3

I discovered this clip through a YouTuber called James Popsys, and have never looked back in terms of carrying my camera around. It looks incredibly perilous at first but is one of the safest/easiest ways of holding onto your camera.

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3 Legged Thing Punks Patti Magnesium Alloy Flip Lock Tripod

After years of using cheap run-of-the-mill tripods, I finally caved in and bought a proper one. I am not a huge tripod user when it comes to photography, I find they can be quite restrictive, but for videography, they are absolutely essential.

K&F Shotgun Microphone Concept CM-500

I've had this microphone for years now and the sound quality has never let me down. The build quality is also fantastic, but almost no marks to show for its many years of service. This is something else I'd like to upgrade in the near future.


National Geographic Tripod NGHPMIDI

By far the most embarrassing item on this list, this tripod is zero thrills and gets the job done. I essentially use this tripod as a backup one in case my primary one fails.