The Best Equipment Must-Haves For Photographers
List Of Must-Haves For Photographers
Probably all professional photographers have some special piece of gear that they never want to be without. Here we share with you our best 6 choices for must have hardware, in no specific order:
1 – Apple iPad
Yes it is a toy, but it’s also a good tool. One of the finest uses is to showcase your photography and writing, but you can also use it to keep an eye fixed on the imminent climate conditions and edit photographs.
2 – Really Right Stuff Ballheads
Not everyone uses these, but you should look into them. RSS ballheads are a selection of the best available, they don’t stick and there’s a quick-release lever that almost never fails. They come in multiple sizes, from light for travel to heavy usage, and a top notch tripod with a good ballhead truly is a must have piece of equipment for a major photographer.
In this video the best DSLR setup for beginner photographers is described.
3 – Digital Camera Repair
Occasionally problems occur, and people find themselves looking for some help. What couldd you do and where do you go when you want to replace a missing battery door on your Nikon D90, or need the damaged LCD screen replaced on your Nikon D3000? A few fast searches on the Internet will reveal that there are just a few digital camera repair services around, so choosing a good one is essential.
4 – LensPen SensorKlear Loupe Kit
Keeping your CMOS sensor clean from dirt isn’t a simple job, but this kit goes a long way to help you get it done. The viewer or magnifier fits over the lens mount opening and has an inbuilt light to show you all those dust specs on your sensor. The LensPen picks up the dust and saves you a lot of money and time cleaning up the photographs after the shoot.
5 – Petzel Tikka Headlight
They may look a little strange at first, but if you often move from place to place in the dark before or after a session outside, having a dependable flash light is important! This LED headlamp is small and light, and lasts for a really long while on only one set of batteries. The nicest thing is that you wear it on your head or around your hat so you are able to keep your hands free.
6 – Microfiber Lens Wipe
These cloths do a wonderful job at gently wiping dust off glasses or camera lenses, and you should as a rule use one. Avoid wiping the front of a lens that has grit or sand on it, clear that off first and use the microfibre wipe to get rid of light dust and smudges. These wipes can generally be washed for regular usage, and can persist for years.
7 – Canon EOS 5D Mark II (or later model)
This is such a wonderful camera, little wonder it’s so popular. The camera is dependable, little and light and has a full-frame sensor that can let you use your wide angle lenses as wide angle lenses. Of course the camera also records HD video, which nearly makes it the perfect DSLR camera.
We are hoping you find at least one tip in list to be beneficial and educational.
May you spend many years enjoying your favourite style of photography, and visit us again for more hints, tips and guides again!
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