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Blog Photography Equipment

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 Photography Equipment Used for the Photographs on this Blog

Except for the Canon T2i, Sigma 17-70mm and the Tokina 11-16mm ultra wide angle lense that I previously owned, I made most of these images with this equipment shown below, most of the photographs on my blogs were made with the Canon 5D Mark III.   I have since added a Canon 6D camera, Canon 17-40mm f.4 lens, Canon 50mm f2.8 and a Sigma 20mm f1.9 wide angle and a Canon 7D body.

I also make photographs with a Canon G15 and a Sony RX100 III.  I have just moved into the Olympus OM-D M1 and Olympus OM-D M10 cameras with an array of Olympus M. Zuiko lenses and photographs from those cameras will be appearing shortly.

RANT: Warning! I have included a reasonably priced back-up batteries for the Canons and the Panasonic Lumix, since Canon charges about $45 for a spare battery. Canon makes good camera equipment, but their corporate mentality is exploitive. Almost every new Canon camera comes with a distinctive battery (instead of a universal battery that would fit all their SLRs) and thus a different charger, configuration, so you end up buying more batteries and carrying more batteries and chargers.  Some Canon chargers come with a cord instead of having the plug built in! 

Both replacement battery kits, from Wasabi and from Big Mike's, are highly recommended, especially Big Mike's, which is an excellent battery, charger, car plug, European adaptor kit at a very reasonable price.  Both include TWO batteries!

And, with most of the already quite expensive Canon lenses, you will pay quite a bit extra for a lens hood!

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