Especially at Instagram I am often asked with which equipment I take my photos. Here I would like to introduce you to everything in detail.
- Canon EOS 6D Mark I
A great full-frame camera for a relatively low price. It is worthwhile to start with the full format topic.
- Canon 50mm f/1.8 STM
Very cheap portrait lens with great results, only a bit slow.
- Yongnuo 35mm f/2.0
It couldn’t be cheaper! For 50-100€ there is a great lens with fixed focal length. The motor for the autofocus is a bit slow and loud.
- Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8
My all-time lens. Very cheap to buy but with some limitations in image quality.
- Tamron 70 – 200m f/2.8
An inexpensive entry into the world of telephotography and macro photography. The optics are very heavy and are not perfect in the image quality, but extremely cheap.
- Yongnuo 14mm f/2.8
The new addition to my collection! A top wide-angle lens for small money and outstanding performance!
- Pentacon f/2.8 135mm
A vintage lens for the telephoto range with exciting bokeh and crisp sharp.
- Pentacon f/1.8 50mm
One of the best glasses for portrait photography and also very cheap on the used goods market available
- Pentacon f/2.8 29mm
My vintage lens for landscapes. Cheap to get and ingenious image quality up to the edge.
- Meyer Optik Trioplan f/2.9 50mm
One of the most difficult glasses in my collection but when a picture succeeds, the joy is great. This lens is famous for its bubble bokeh.
- Helios-44M-4 f/2 58mm
Another great optic for portrait photography. Exciting Bokeh and beautiful image quality
- Panasonic DMC-FZ1000
My second camera, when jobs have to go fast without constant optic changes. Slightly faint when the zoom is fully extended.
I use numerous filters of various manufacturers, since these are wear products with me, I would like to issue no exact recommendation.
- PROWELL DC21439
A great backpack from the Far East, which doesn’t look like a classic camera backpack and offers many pockets for daily use.