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WHAT'S IN THE BAG?

Today the tools of the trade have all at once become more simple and more complex. They are faster, lighter, smarter and more intuitive. They make the making of images easier, allowing us to push the edge of what is possible in ways we never have been able to before. Sometimes they allow us to be there when we are not, as well as minimize or even eliminate disturbance altogether. But sometimes these tools can also be a trap. We can get too complex, or too lazy, or lean too much on technology to do the job for us.

So I lay out this list of gear mostly because folks are curious. But understand this: they are all just tools each with a job to do that collectively helps share and tell stories of the wonders and challenges of this world. - MIke

CAMERAS

Nikon D810, D750
iPhone 7s
GoPro3+ and GoPro4

NIKON LENSES

20.f1.8
16-35 f4
50 f1.8
105 f2.8 macro
70-200 f2.8
28-300 f3.5-5.6
200-500 f4-5.6
1.4x teleconverter 

FLASH

Nikon SB-910 

 

TRIPODS & SUPPORT

Gitzo 321
Gitzo Mountaineer
Bogen shortie
Really Right Stuff heads
Wimberley head
Bag of beans wrapped in duct tape 

UNDERWATER

Aquatica DSLR Housing
Aquatech DSLR Sport Housings
GoPro waterproof housings
Canon G16 w/dedicated underwater housing

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ACCESSORIES IN THE PACK

Nikon monarch binoculars, manual cable release, Leatherman multi-tool, lens cloth, blower brush, memory card cases, 5 mm allen wrench, mini mag light, headlamp, rubber bands, zip ties, duct tape. biologist orange flagging tape, TRLcam walkie talkie remotes, ziploc bag, trash bag, Cliff bars. Small wilderness medicine kit. Whiskey.

REMOTE CAMERA SYSTEMS

Custom DSLR camera traps
TRLcam walkie talkie remotes
TRLcam Sony a6300 custom camera trap systems
TRLcam Panasonic GH4 custom camera trap systems
Reconyx game cameras 

TIMELAPSE CAMERA SYSTEMS - LONG TERM

Nikon DLSRs with TRLcam technologies
Sony a6300 with TRLcam technologies