Best FUJI gear for Landscape Photography – Whats in my camera bag 2019

Best FUJI gear for Landscape Photography -  Whats in my camera bag 2019



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This week I talk about the best Fuji gear for landscape photography and delve into my landscape photography camera bag for a what’s in my camera bag 2019 edition. So as with all things photography, this is subjective and while this kit really suits my requirements it might be different for you, none the less, I have tried to explain why I use each piece of equipment and show a few sample images taken with each lens to give you an idea why I have chosen this setup.
Oh, I say fantastic quite a lot 😜

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THE GEAR I USED TO MAKE THIS VIDEO:
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kit list
Bag yx phantom 3 bag (Bargin Β£37 on amazon) –
Fuji x-t2 –
Fuji x-t3
FUJINON LENS XF10-24mmF4 R OIS –
FUJINON LENS XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS –
FUJINON LENS XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR –
Manfrotto PIXI EVO with arca swiss mounting plate. –
Giottos tripod mtl9351b (discontinued)
Sunwayfoto db-44 ball head –
Sunwayfoto arca swiss quick release mounting plates –
Giottos rocket blower –
6 spare batteries –
Shutter release –
Meike mk-f-af3 16mm 10mm macro tubes –
Hoya pro variable nd filter 1.5 to 9 stops of light. 72 mm thread –
Hoya pro circular polarizer. 72 mm thread –
Cokin nuances 10 stop and graduated filters –
Peli 0915 Memory card Case –
Mavic air –
For filming
rode video micro –
Tascam dr-10L –

Below is a list of all the camping gear I use.
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Tent vango soul 200 :
Aqua free stuff sack :
brs stove burner :
Stanely cook pot :
Gas cartridge :
vango sleeping mat :
vango sleeping bag :
Camera insert bag :

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16 thoughts on “Best FUJI gear for Landscape Photography – Whats in my camera bag 2019”

  1. Good and informative Ian. Thoroughly enjoyed the vlog from start to finish. Refreshing change from everyone else telling us their camera settings, FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC. FANTASTIC.

  2. Don’t worry about saying fantastic, here in the USA everybody over uses isn’t that cool or overuse awesome! lol

  3. Hi Ian as always great vlog! interesting to see your gear. I have a slight problem and a decision to make as I don't have the 10-24mm but I have both the 18-55mm and the 16-55mm and love them both but I think the 16-55mm will be traded in for the 10-24mm I also have the 50-140mm but you would have to prize that from my dying hands!! I find that I have been doing a lot of architectural stuff recently and could do with the wider lens. decision time I guess.

  4. Did you try 55-200? Atm im deciding which telephoto to get and 50-140 seems so freakin heavy. Everyone says 55-200 has great IQ almost on par with 50-140 especially at f8, a lot lighter and a lot cheaper. For landscape i wont miss the 2.8 thats for sure. My question really is, if u tried the 55-200, can you give me little info, why you choose the heavy 50-140 over it.

    My dream kid for landscape would be 10-24, 35 f2 and 55-200. Seems the lightest full cover kit you can get. 18-55 even tho good, its not great by any means, next to any prime or other high end zoom you can see big difference. I refuse to carry the heavy 16-55 lens even tho way better.

  5. Great video Ian, our kit is pretty similar, i have the 55-200 for tele though, oh and i sneak in an X-E2s with 27f2.8 attached for those cheeky 'behind the camera' shots for instagram:)

  6. Nice video, What main tripod do you use? Have you been in situation where you would have preferred the weather sealing? Since 2 out of 3 lenses don't have it. Cheers from France

  7. Nice description (and rationalization). I noted that you said you rarely are around 10mm (on the 10-24) – I am finding that too: I seem to like to shoot in the "sweet spot" of about 12/13mm up to about 16mm – very rarely less than 12, but I have found (via Lightroom) that I shoot a lot between 16-20mm (more than I thought πŸ˜‰ ). Given that I too am not overly interested in the Fujinon XF8-16mmF2.8 – never mind that the cost, weight, size (and no filters) of the 8-16. Doing that research over the New Years break (determining which focal lengths I use the most) got me thinking about my gear set up: I use the XF16-50mmF2.8 a lot, and I found that especially in the second half of the year I was using that (16-20mm) more than the 10-24mm – only springing out the wider lens for more "big sky" type of shots (when I was down around 12-14mm). I'm beginning to think that replacing the 10-24 w/ a good prime lens (in the 12-14mm range) – size/weight reasons. Anyways, have you looked at your focal lengths in such detail?

  8. Hi Ian -informative video – one query re the Fuji XT-2 – have you ever been tempted or used the battery grip in your work i.e. need for extra performance and less need to change batteries? I'm thinking more re your wedding work for instance if so, would appreciate your opinion -many thanks

  9. FANTASTIC what's in the bag Ian, sorry couldn't resist, lol…. always interesting to see what vloggers use and how much gear is needed for a shoot. I am in need of new filters too but they have become so expensive these days (I would buy Kase or Nisi if the budget permitted, but it doesn't!) so I am making do. I bought a little Canon M6 to try vlogging last year (but haven't really bothered) so take this small camera with me on hikes – the quality is pretty good if I am honest . I bought the SRB Elite system for it and to be honest they do a great job – the 10 stopper has no discernible cast, unlike my Lee 10 stopper which has an horrendous blue cast – I never seem to pack that these days. I have a Firecrest 6 stopper which is pretty good. It's my grads though that really need an upgrade. You mentioned not much worth shooting in your local area – think that's a great title for a vlog – Worth Shooting, geddit? πŸ™‚

  10. Great vid Ian, good to see you keeping it local. I'm an XT2 shooter with the 10-24 and 55-200 for landscapes. I also have the 27 pancake for street and family trips as it virtually turns the XT2 into a compact which I can stuff into a coat pocket. I use the NISI 100mm filters which are superb.

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