What’s in my Bag

Camera Bag and Tripod
Canon Lenses

For those who were inquiring what I carry on the road these days, here’s what’s currently in my bag:


Canon 5Dsr
Canon 1DX
11-24mm f4L
16-35mm f4L IS
24-70mm 2.8L II
100-400mm 4.5-5.6L IS II
500mm f4L IS II
1.4X III & 2X III
Canon 600EX Flash &  ST-E3-RT Speedlite Transmitter


I’ve recently added both the 11-24mm & Canon 5Dsr to my kit this year. The 11-24mm is an amazing wide-angle lens that opens up the door into new territory for wide-angle compositions and it’s the first rectilinear lens from Canon to go as wide as 11mm. I’ve also added the 5Dsr and have been nothing but impressed by the resolution this camera delivers, although 50mp does require some beefier memory cards and data storage, but a superb landscape camera all-around, especially when combined with the 11-24mm.

Overall this selection of lenses works well for me and my style of shooting. When I’m not on wildlife specific trips I usually leave the 500mm behind, especially when needing to travel light and the 100-400mm fills in nicely. For most of my work I tend to use the 16-35mm and 100-400mm and if I had to carry only two lenses, these would be it.



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