Answering the question, what’s in my camera bag? It’s a YouTube thing to do. Haha. But mostly I’m doing it to share what I’ve collected along the way to the do the job I’m doing now. I’m a blogger, content creator, photographer and digital marketer. All the things. Phew. It can mean one day I need to photograph a product, the next a model and the day after that my food. And what’s in my camera bag reflects that.
This video covers off on what I have and what I need. What I like, what I use and what I don’t. I talk about why I went back to a full frame DSLR after loving the mirrorless and why for the first time I’ve kept a camera when upgrading.
I’ve loved taking photos since forever. Camera gear has always been something I’ve invested in, tried new things and switched up. If you’ve been around the blog for a while, you might remember some of the changes. Haha. But right now, I’m super happy with the setup I have. It felt like a great time to share what’s in my camera bag with you. Ready?
What’s in my camera bag?
The Nikon Stuff
The Fujifilm stuff
Fujifilm X-E1 X-Series camera (my model)
Fujifilm X-E3 X-Series camera (current model)
The other stuff
No luck with the others. I’ll update when/if I find them. Contains affiliate links.
And there you go, team. That’s what’s in my camera bag. The links above will take you through to eBay AU. I’ve selected, where possible, stores that have great feedback and high scores. But, feel free to do your own research, I get that. But for me, eBay is THE best when it comes to camera gear, I always manage to pay less than other places you can buy online. Plus, the secondhand market on some of these items is great!
If you have any questions or want to see more photo comparisons between the Fujifilm E-X1 and the Nikon D750, let me know. I find it really interesting to compare them side by side, but maybe that is just me.
Chief Blogger at Suger Coat It; An Australian lifestyle blog for women who work for themselves. Melissa is a social media consultant & lover of stripes. Most weekends you’ll find her at the beach or home on the veranda kicking back. Around here, they call her Suger. Feel free to do the same.