My Gear

NJ Wight self-portrait

Self-portrait with elephants.




I have always been Canon shooter and have loved my Canon L lenses and bodies. I recently I purchased my first micro 4/3 camera from Olympus and am so far very impressed with their product as well. They compliment each other very well in my bag, especially when using the Metabones adaptor.

Bodies: Canon 5D Mlll  Olympus OM-D EM 1

Lenses: Canon: 400 f4 DO, 100-400 F4-5.6 L Mll,   70-200 f4 L IS , Macro 100 f2.8L IS , 24-105 f4 L IS , Olympus: Zuiko 12-40 f2.8, 40-150 f2.8 60mm Macro, F2.8

Metabones Adapter allows the Canon lenses to be mounted on the EM-1



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Bags: Think Tank and Tenba. Tough bags, great quality and fantastic customer service!

Support: Gitzo GM 3553 CF monopod, RRS monopod head, Feizol CF tripod with RRS BH 40, Jubo Gimball




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Good equipment is not limited to lens and camera bodies. For a wildlife photographer your clothes, footwear, and  outerwear are equally important. North Face is great for everything outer and I rely on the Summit Series to keep me warm. They also make great pants and shirts for hiking.If your feet are dry and comfortable, your brain works better! You also may as well look good so all I wear are Keen.



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Sierra Designs and OR for outerwear. EX Officio hiking shirts and Osprey for well-made day packs.