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Frequently asked “What equipment do you use?”, here is a list of some of my gear.


“The most important items of all in the kit bag are the lenses I use. If they are not of the highest quality, then even the most expensive camera body behind them will be a waste of money.”
Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm f4.0 Ultra-Wide Zoom
Zuiko Digital 12-60mm f2.8-4.0 SWD Zoom
Zuiko Digital ED 50-200mm f2.8-3.5 SWD Tele Zoom
Zuiko Digital ED 50mm f2.0 Macro
Zuiko Digital EX-25 Extension Tube
Zuiko Digital EC-20 2.0x Converter

M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6
M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-150mm 1:4.0-5.6
M.Zuiko Digital 17mm 1:2.8 Pancake
M.Zuiko Digital 4:3 Adapter

“Most folk know that I use Olympus cameras and their Zuiko lenses but they might not know why. I look for quality of build and performance, leading edge technology with ease of use, value for money; and I like to travel light. Olympus have met my criteria ever since my first OM1 SLR in 1976.”

Olympus E-3 Digital SLR Body
Olympus E-620 Digital SLR Body

Olympus E-P2 Digital Micro 4:3 SLR Body

Manfrotto 055MF4 Mag Fibre Tripod
Manfrotto 695CX 5 Section Carbon Fiber Monopod
Manfrotto 468MGRC4 Hydrostatic Ball Head
Manfrotto 410 Junior Geared Head
Manfrotto 701HDV Professional Mini Fluid Video Head
Manfrotto 454 Micropositioning Plate

Apple iMac 27 - I have transferred all of my photographic work to this outstanding machine. How did I ever manage without it?

Jobo Giga Vu Pro - A must for reviewing images on its 4 inch screen whilst on location and for showing clients. (I said I liked to travel light and I certainly don’t want to lug a PC around with me.) It saves me a fortune in contact prints.

Acer V193 in my ‘PC Darkroom’ - Not used so much now but it's useful for checking website appearance and image management on a Windows PC.

Photoshop CS5
Photoshop CS3
ImageReady CS
Combine ZM
Helicon Focus
Photomatix Basic

Epson Stylus R1800
Epson Stylus R800

Olympus HLD-4 Power Battery Holder
JJC WR-100 Wireless Remote Control

Olympus FL-50R Wireless Flash System
Hoya PRO1 Digital UVs, NDs and Circular Polarizers - “Always use the best quality or you might as well use bottle glass for lenses.”

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