Sony a7R III - My main body for still and video.
Sony FE 20mm f/1,8 G - Lightweight large aperture lens. Perfect for my photography of landscapes and astrophotography.
Samyang AF 35mm f/2.8 - I wouldn't visit a human settlement without this lens! Great for street, architecture and portraits. Super sharp bargain of a lens!
Sony FE 55mm f/1.8 ZA - My primary portrait lens!
Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM - Great versatile workhorse of a lens. Razor-sharp. Love to shoot low and wide for landscapes!
Tamron 70-180mm F2.8 Di III VXD - Great addition to the lens collection in 2020. Incredibly sharp, light and f/2.8 - my preferred lens for longer self-propelled adventures!
Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS - For wildlife, landscapes and action!
Tripod & Support
Gitzo Mountaineer GT2543L - With great legs comes great support...very tall, very stable and reasonably light.
Gitzo GH1382QD - Innovative high-quality ballhead that never lets me down!
Manfrotto MVH500AH Video Head - Affordable video head that is buttery smooth.
Gitzo Travel GT1545T - Superlight secondary tripod. Great for the long trails!
Peak Design Camera Strap - The best function is that you can remove it! Also great that it is adjustable.
Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II - For weight saving missions, sneaky street photography and climbing pictures. Great compact camera! Link
Fujifilm X100S - Light, compact, and great fun to use. My trusted go to camera for travel and general life photography.
Bags & Misc
WANDRD Medium Camera Cube - Gets the job done and fits main body and three lenses with a squeeze.
OP/TECH USA Rainsleeve - Just in case item. Durable and cheap.
Vortex 8x42 Viper HD Binocular - Super sharp, light and waterproof. 8x42 is for me the most versatile version. Must have for wildlife photography and spotting.
RØDE VideoMicro - Light, simple, good quality and cheap.
RØDE VideoMic - Used indoors when weight isn't a factor.
RØDE SmartLav+ - Backup to shotgun mics above. Works great with smartphone or with recorder using an adapter.
Zoom H2n - My main recorder for ambient sounds.
Zoom H2n Dead Cat - Must have accessory to cut out wind noise.
Tiffen Variable ND Filter - Used for video only. Too heavy to bring on long distance treks or climbs.
NiSi PRO Nano ND64+CPL - Don't buy this one. Too much colour cast and why combine with CPL? 6 Stop.
NiSi PRO Nano ND1000 - Great affordable 10 Stop filter with close to zero colour cast. Always in my bag but seldom used as 10 stop is often way too much.
Hoya Fusion Antistatic Cir-Pl - One of the best polarizers I have ever used. Scratches easily so this is my third one... Approx. 2 Stop.
Expedition equipment is not only my comfort but also my lifeline. In arctic summer and winter conditions I rely on my tent to shield me from storms, and my stove to melt my drinking water and heat my food. I only use equipment that I trust to keep me comfortable and safe in great outdoors.
Therm-a-Rest NeoAir - XL sized sleeping mat that allows my arms to stay on the mat...5 years of use and never punctured! Great quality.
Solar Charger - Easy to use and good output. Fairly cheap which makes it even better.
Anker PowerCore 20000 - Running out of power isn't an option. I have a bunch of different Anker Power Banks and they have yet to fail me.
Osprey Aether Pro 70 - My big pack. Comfortable up to 30kg! Love it!
MSR Pocket Rocket Deluxe - Keep it simple. Mostly for coffee and hot water in spring/summer/autumn.
Mountain Hardwear Phantom 15F/-9C - Very light and warm 3 season sleeping bag. Also, have the 30F/-1C version for summer use.
Therm-a-Rest Z Seat - Butt patch, foam seat, ass warmer etc. Must have item for long waits for wildlife or as knee protection when its wet outside! Never leave home without it.
SunGod Sunglasses - These are awesome. Always on my head in the mountains.
Leatherman Juice S2 - Light yet with proper plier for ski/snowshoe fixes!
Hestra Gloves - I use four different pairs. The oldest I stil use are approx. 15 years old and still waterproof. This generates trust.
MSR Lightning Ascent - Let's be honest. No one likes snowshoes. But these are great for what they are.
Åsnes Amundsen FL - Cross Country skies that is a cut above the rest. Paired with Rottefella NNN BC Magnum bindings.
Fjellpulken Xcountry 144 - No need to carry your gear in the snow! A good pulk saves the weight (except on the steep uphill...).
CRISPI NEVADA BC - My Cross Country skiboots of choice. One size too big and double wool socks for insulation when it is -30C outside!