Gear - Rob D

The Gear

Welcome to my gear page. You will find a comprehensive list of all the gear that I use in the field to create my photos and videos and products I also recommend. This list is continually updated, I hope the information helps find what is best for you.


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Rear Lens Caps

Once you start building up and you have a few lenses, it is a great idea to get a couple of spare rear lens caps! Keep the dust out and your glass protected. This cap is for the F Mount series.


Nikon LC-52mm Lens Cap


Nikon 67mm Snap-on Lens Cap


Nikon LC-77mm Snap On Lens Cap

Always protect your glass.


SanDisk Extreme Pro 64GB SDXC UHS-I Card 95MB/s, Ritz Gear Card Reader, and Card Wallet Bundle - 3 Pack

It's always best to have several cards and if your camera has a dual card slot you can duplicate etc so you know your photos are always backed up. I've used this brand since the start, i've had really good experiences with them.


Hoya 77mm Digital Filter Kit

This size fits the lenses 24-70mm and 70-20mm below. I personally like Hoya and have used them for a while now. A polarising filter is a must for anything water related. Cuts down glare, adds contrast and colour to the image.


Cokin Graduated ND Filter Kit P Series, with Filter Holder & Graduated ND Filters (121L, 121M, 121S)

Ideal for balancing a scene. When the sky is too bright and the bottom of the scene is shady or dark.


Cokin Graduated ND Filter Kit P Series, with Filter Holder & Graduated ND Filters (121L, 121M, 121S)

When you want to take a longer exposure during the day this is the perfect accessory. 



Nikon MC-30A Remote Trigger Release

If you are a lover of long exposure photography a remote trigger release is your best friend!


EN-EL15a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery

Whenever I get a new camera, one of the first things I do is get an additional battery. To me it is a must.


K&F Concept 62'' DSLR Tripod, Lightweight and Compact Aluminum Camera Tripod with 360 Panorama Ball Head Quick Release Plate for travel and work (TM2324 Black)

The cheap man's tripod. We have all had one or currently do. Something that's nice but still cost effective. I have used many different types of tripods ranging from $75 - $150 and they did the job but only last a year or two. Then I decided to bite the bullet and get a fancy tripod. 


Manfrotto MK290XTA3-3WUS 290 Xtra 3-Way Head Kit (Black)

I upgraded to this tripod and really love it. It been through a lot and really still feels brand new even after a year. I do alot of landscape, nature and seascape photography and videography so it goes through a lot. Very happy with this tripod.


Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Digital Camera w/1 Inch Sensor and tilt LCD screen - Wi-Fi & NFC Enabled (Black)

Whenever I watch Youtube videos etc I wonder what camera they use, sometimes they share the info and sometimes not. I ended up finding this beauty by searching on DPREVIEW. I use it to create my VLOGS, tutorials, interviews etc. The only downside is you cannot add an external mic to it, it does have a great internal mic and the million other features make up for it. Really happy with the purchase and I would recommend it to anyone.


Nikon AF-S FX 50mm f/1.8G lens with auto focus. 

Every photographer should have a 50mm in their bag no matter what style they shoot. It's a classic lens, amazing bokeh, I pull it out when i'm shooting at night to get that beautiful colourful bokeh when shooting portraits or when wanting to shoot a really shallow depth of field.


Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Nikkor Zoom Lens For Nikon Digital SLR Cameras

I absolutely love this lens. Perfect for portrait, animal and wildlife photography.


Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8E ED Vibration Reduction Zoom Lens with Auto Focus.

Also another world famous lens. This is a great travel lens and is good for landscape, portraits and the all around stuff. The main thing if the f2.8 bokeh and depth of field. It's truly amazing and takes your photography to another level. Remember the lens is really what is important. Spending money on professional glass will be a game changer.


Nikon D800 Camera Body

I am really happy with this camera. Now the D810 and D850 have come out however the D800 has a ton of features I utilise and a lot of room to grow and learn new features of the camera. There are so many features in this camera.


Nikon Starter Kit

If you are just getting into photography a Starter Kit like this is a great option. Giving you a positive step in the right direction you will be able to grow into a kit like this while learning about the basics of photography.

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