Fujifilm X100F

The latest addition to my set up the X100F has the same sensor as the X-T2 which gives me a consistent look across my images. The fixed 23mm lens is perfect for almost all occasions being favoured by photojournalists the world over. It is less obtrusive than the big cameras too, meaning I can use it when shooting candidly is required. .


Fujinon 16-55mm f/2.8

The 16-55 is much bigger than then 18-55 that Fuji also makes and which is also a very good lens. Many in fact prefer it because of it's small size. But the 16-55 is weather sealed and lets more light in when zoomed all the way in so that's why I like to carry this one. Some mild discomfort is a small price to pay for getting the shot in my opinion! Watch my review here


Fujinon 50-140mm f/2.8

The partner lens to the 16-55 (above) this one's even bigger and heavier but I use it a lot for portraits and the image quality is fantastic. It is excellent in low light and weather sealed. These two lenses usually stay mounted to my 2 X-T2 bodies for most of the trip. Watch my review here

Fujinon 18-135mm f/3.5-f/5.6

If you are on a budget and want one lens that will never leave your camera for travel photography then this is it. The versatility of this superzoom is incredible and the weather sealing and image stabilisation make this a very appealing option. It's not the sharpest Fuji makes and it's not good in low light but there are times when changing lenses is not a sensible idea and this will be just what you need in those situations. Watch my review here.

Fuji 23mm f1.4 XF R

Fuji 23mm f1.4 XF R

What's the best lens for Fuji X Series Cameras? Is a question I get asked all the time. So here's the answer. If you only buy one lens for your Fujifilm X Pro 2, Fuji X-T2 etc cameras then get this one. This is also the best focal length for weddings as well as street photography in my opinion as it is the most versatile lens length.


Nissin 160a Speedlight

Nissin make really good quality speedlights that are smaller and lighter than the ones you get with DSLR cameras. This makes them ideal for mirrorless systems like Fuji. They make an even smaller unit called the 140a but the flash power is a little low and recycle time is on the high side. The 160a offers a good blend of portability and performance. You can watch my review of this product on YouTube here.

Peli 0915 SD

Peli 0915 SD

The Peli SD card holder is rugged, waterproof, drop proof and idiot proof. Which is why I really like it. With space for 12 SD cards which are held securely in place with some tough foamy stuff I have been using mine for a couple of years - hard! And it still looks like new. I review it on YouTube here.