Gear

Billingham Hadley Pro with Olympus and Panasonic Kit

Since April 2013 I have been shooting mainly with Olympus OM-D cameras and lenses. I switched to Olympus* from Canon and have never looked back. For the type of images I create the cameras are ideal being light, well constructed and capable of creating great quality images. As well as the cameras themselves the community that has been built around them is superb and I have been lucky enough to meet a lot of superlative Olympus photographers including Damian McGillicuddy, Steve Gosling and Neil Buchan-Grant. Olympus also organise loads of events which you can find more information on at Olympus Image Space.

Here is a list of my current photographic gear (links take you to the manufacturers site for each item):

I also have a range of light stands and light modifiers for off-camera flash work too numerous and too changeable to list but for which you can find some descriptions here.

*I am in no way sponsored or supported by Olympus – I just happen to love what they make and what they do!

3 comments

  1. […] As I’ve said before, more than once, I’m a big fan of the wonderful camera bags made by M. Billingham & Co here in the West Midlands not far from where I live.  Their bags are not only good looking and stylish they are incredibly durable and long lasting.  My original bag, a Hadley Pro, was purchased in 2006 and is still going strong.  I use it either to carry my portrait kit when travelling to a shoot or as a messenger style shoulder bag, to carry a laptop (and small camera) when travelling around on business, by removing the protective insert.  I also own the Hadley Large which I use to store/carry all my gear. […]

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