Wildlife & National Parks of Thailand

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I am often asked what type of equipment I use/used to produce the pictures and as the shots have been taken over a period of time its not easy to answer because of the needs to advance with camera technology. To help answer the question, below is a list of the equipment used. The core items that I am currently, primarily, utilizing are marked with an asterisk.


Cameras

Nikon F80
Nikon D70 x 2, D90*,
Nikon D2X, D3*

Lens

Nikon 10.5 Fisheye *
Nikon 60 Micro *
Nikon 105 Micro 
Nikon 105 Micro VR *
Nikon 70-180 Micro* 
Nikon 12-24 *
Nikon 80-400 *
Nikon 18-200 *
Nikon 17-35 *

Sigma 500 HSM EX*

Nikon 1.4 TC *
Kenko extension tubes *
Kenko x1.4 *
Kenko x2.0 *

Underwater Housings

Sea and Sea NX80
Sea and Sea DX70
Nexus D70
Nexus D2X *

Underwater strobes

Sea and Sea YS 30 x 3 *
Sea and Sea YS 90 x 2 *
Sea and Sea YS 350 x 2 *
Subal SN800
Ikelite DS125
Inon 240Z x 2 *
Nikon SB 800 x 2 *
Bowens 500 x 3*

Ports

I use an extensive collection of ports, primarily Nexus *

Strobe arms

ULCS *
Nexus port mounts *

Underwater Focusing lights

Princeton Tec 40 * used in conjunction with Sea and Sea holders *

Film

Fuji Velvia 50/100 (I no longer shoot film)

Software

Apple *
Adobe *

Various


Velbon Carmagne 750 *
Various Manfrotto and Markins heads *
Lowepro Rover AW *
Pelican Cases*

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