I am sending this out now because many of these items are at their lowest prices you will ever see them out thanks to Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals.
I have listed out every single piece of gear that goes into my camera bag on all of my adventures and you can find (most of) them all-in-one place at my Amazon Storefront. The Peak Design gear is best purchased directly from them using the links below.
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What’s in My Bag?!
Canon EOS R5 – The best body I have ever used for photo and video. For the professional image-maker who needs resolution, speed, and video capabilities.
Canon RF 70-200mm f2.8 – My absolute favorite lens. Canon’s lightest and shortest 70-200mm f/2.8 lens ever.
Canon RF 24-70mm f2.8 – When I only get to take one lens, this is my go-to! A versatile wide-angle to portrait-length lens characterized by its bright, advanced, and intuitive design.
Canon EF 16-35mm f2.8 USM III – A workhorse wide-angle zoom and member of the well-regarded L-series of lenses.
Lowepro Whistler RL 400 AW II – A rugged rolling camera case that can comfortably and securely carry your mobile photo studio while meeting carry-on requirements for most international and US airlines.
The Peak Design Everyday 20L Bag – An iconic, award-winning pack for everyday and photo carry, the newly revamped Everyday Backpack is built around access, organization, expansion, and protection.
Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L – A rugged, expandable, and brilliantly accessible carry-on travel backpack driven by a simple truth: no two trips are the same.
Peak Design Small Camera Cube – Ultra-protective yet easily accessible, Peak Design Camera Cubes take the pain and hassle out of traveling with photo, video, or drone gear
Peak Design Medium Camera Cube – Same as above – just bigger
Manfrotto Carbon Fiber 4-Section Tripod – A load capacity of 19.8 lb and extends from 3.5″ to 66.9″
Arca Swiss D4 Geared Tripod Head – Love the small footprint and ultra smooth and precise features. Combines the advantages of a spherical head and a 3D tilt head in one compact system
Peak Design Carbon Fiber Travel Tripod – Radically faster to setup and takedown, our tripod features ergonomic adjustment points, built-in mobile compatibility, and thoughtful details at every turn
DJI Mavic Pro 2 Fly More Combo – Not the newest or smallest but an absolute workhorse with amazing results.
Apple iPad Pro – I use this to view the Camranger Miniwhen on -site but also for big screen viewing on the plane!
GoPro Hero 10 Black – I usually have a GoPro within arms reach at all times. They are truly the most versatile action camera on the market.
SmallRig Super Camera Clamp Mount – This thing is so cool It can grab onto anything you need it to. I fix my Quadlock iPhone tripod attachment and use this to film most of my reels.
Quadlock iPhone Case and Mount – I have the entire setup – cycling, motorcycle, phone, car – it’s the jam.
URTH 82mm Filter Set – I love their innovative storage solution. It helps me to keep my filters clean and free of scratches.
CamRanger Mini – I couldn’t do my hotel shoots without using a CamRanger. Especially when working with an outside creative director or stylist.
Lume Cube LED Panel – Smaller than my phone, this light packs a punch and is such an amazing tool to pop some light onto your subject. Especially in tighter compositions such as f&B.
Godox AD200 Pro with Trigger – Love these flashes. The recycle period is quick enough to use for lifestyle and they throw out a ton of light.
SmallRig Black Mamba Cage for R5 with top handle – I use this for my handheld video work and it’s rock solid.
5-in1 48-inch Neewer Reflector Kit – Just straight up a necessity in any photographer’s kit. Always a use for a reflector or scrim.
My camera gear closet is always growing as I am constantly switching out or testing new gear. But that’s part of being a creative – pushing the boundaries – finding new angles. Maybe you can relate. How do you define photography or the art of what it is that we do? For my answer, check out So What The F*ck is Photography Anyway?