My Equipment

I often get emails asking me what equipment do I currently use. It has became nearly impossible to answer all of them so I decided to put up this page. Hoping this will answer many of the questions I frequently get. Here is the complete list of my equipment along with links to purchase it from the highly trusted Adorama & B&H Photo Online Stores, The most trusted  photo retail stores on the internet.

Photography Gear

Nikon D800E Digital SLR Camera  

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The Nikon D800E Digital SLR Camera is more than a DSLR, it’s a broadcast quality video camera as well. Driving both still and video capture is the FX-format CMOS 36.3Mp sensor and the powerful EXPEED 3 image-processing engine.

To learn more about the NIKON D800E or to purchase at  B&H Photo click here.

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 Nikon AF-S Zoom Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF Lens


The Nikon AF-S Zoom Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF Lens is an extreme ultra-wide zoom, wide-aperture lens that delivers edge-to-corner sharpness that can surpass that of equivalent fixed focal-length lenses. It features a Nano Crystal coating to reduce the effects of ghost and flare, combined with 2 ED (Extra-low Dispersion) elements and PGM aspherical lenses that help control chromatic aberrations. These all combine to enhance sharpness and contrast.

To learn more about the Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G or to purchase at B&H Photo Click Here
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Film Making Gear

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RHINO SLIDER CARBON 4FT & RHINO SLIDER CARBON CORE 2FT

4ftThe Rhino Slider Carbon 4Ft:  is the lightest 4ft camera slider in the world. Weighing just 3lbs, the Carbon 4ft is the ultimate camera slider for adventure filmmakers and timelapse photographers. Strap it on to your pack, head into the wild and barely notice it’s there.

 

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The Rhino Slider Carbon Core 2Ft: Weighing just 3.2 lbs, the Carbon Core is the camera slider of choice if you’re a filmmaker on the move. Use it on the ground or on a tripod with the built-in center-mount, throw it in your bag effortlessly, then move to the next scene and be setup again within seconds.

 

To learn more about Rhino Camera Gear or to purchase directly:  Click Here


 

My Camera Bags

F-Stop Satori EXP

Sixty-two liter capacity and universal compatibility with our ICU’smakes the Satori EXP the most adaptable camera transport system available. Whether you’re out for multiple nights with just the essentials,or an afternoon shoot with a studio in-tow, the SATORI EXP carries what you need, how you need it.

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To learn more about the F-Stop Satori EXP or to purchase directly from F-Stop Click Here

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F-Stop LOKA UL


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For the active shooter desiring simple and light, f-stop has engineered an ultra-lightweight carry solution for their needs, the Loka UL. The pound-pinching pack retains a rip-stop nylon 37L shell, full-size suspension, and internal frame in a streamlined package tipping the scale at a mere 1kg. Rear and top access makes the UL a versatile form-fitting bag ideal for adventures where all is needed are the bare essentials and a camera.  

To learn more about the F-Stop LOKA UL or to purchase directly from F-Stop Click Here

Steve Griffin - December 12, 2010 - 9:55 am

Thanks for the info on your equipment. I have most of the same in Canon equipment but needed help with the filter system. I really enjoy your web site and thanks again.

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Tiago Cena - January 11, 2011 - 9:05 pm

Thank you for sharing your gear info! It can be used as a good reference for buying the best equipment!
I’d like to ask you a couple of questions: have you ever used the 105mm Heliopan without the Lee holder and the ring mounted on the 21mm Zeiss? I mean, do you sometimes use the polarizer attached to this lens with a step-up ring? And have you noticed vignetting on the 21mm Zeiss either if the Lee holder and adapter ring or with a step-up ring?
Thank you again and greetings from Brazil.

Antonius Plaian - January 22, 2011 - 2:36 am

Thanks for the info especially about the filters you are using. May I ask you for an image to show us how the filter are stacked (polarizer + GND) on holder?

Fiat lux!

Patrick Di Fruscia - February 3, 2011 - 2:45 pm

Hi Antonio, thank you very much for your comment..here is a link where you can view how everything is stacked up..Polarizer in front with NDs behind http://northlake.smugmug.com/photos/247451733_wkyCd-XL.jpg hope this helps my friend

Patrick Di Fruscia - February 3, 2011 - 2:46 pm

Hi Tiago

You will need to use the Lee foundation kit with a wide angle 82mm ring for the Zeiss lens…it would be stacked up like this and there is no vignetting on the 21mm
http://northlake.smugmug.com/photos/247451733_wkyCd-XL.jpg

Prakash Dudhalkar - August 25, 2012 - 5:37 pm

Excellent work. Many many thanks for information about gears. Prakash Dudhalkar, Mumbai.

Bambang Dwi Wijayanto - November 9, 2012 - 1:26 pm

I Like IT.

Imran Maskeen - November 13, 2012 - 9:51 am

I must say that you are doing wonders in photography. keep up the good work.

Marcell Puzsar Photography - January 8, 2013 - 8:00 am

Do you use both Canon and Nikon systems?

Angel Ybañez - April 12, 2013 - 12:33 pm

COOL!

Tario Regina - September 12, 2013 - 9:52 pm

You are one of the most inspirational artists I have seen. Today is my first time visiting your site and I already love your work.:)

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