My Gear

This is a  list of my gear. I’m sure I’ve not included certain items that we all keep in our bags – microfiber cloths, lens cleaning fluid, etc.
Fuji Gear and Other Stuff:
Fuji X-T2 black body
Fuji X-T1 black body
Fuji 18-55 F2.8-F4 Lens (times 2)
Fuji 35mm F1.4
Fuji 23mm F1.4
Fuji 16mm F1.4
Fuji 55-200 F3.5-4.8
Fuji 50-140 F2.8
Fuji 60mm F2.4
Pentacron 50mm F1.8 M42 Screw Mount manual focus lens
Zeiss Touit 12mm F2.8
Eight FourFuji Batteries and two chargers
Think Tank battery holder
Arca type Bracket for a better grip and heft (GIVEN AWAY)  Never used.
Lexar and Sandisk SD cards in 16G and 32G size plus a larger 128g and a 64g i picked up on sale.
Think Tank brand pocket rocket memory card holder
Step up rings for each lens to bring them all up to a 77mm filter size for standardization
Inexpensive eBay lenscaps in 77mm size to use when filters are on the lenses
Inexpensive eBay lenscaps in 58mm to fit my 18-55 which is my most oft used lens
Fuji EF-42 Flash
Fotosay 10mm and 16mm close-up extensions for the Fuji X lenses
Fuji Remote for occasional use though I now tend to use the iPhone/iPad app whenever possible
Camera and Gear Bags:
Thinktank Retrospective 20 in Pinestone (Sold)
LowPro AW302 Slingbag (used primarily for storage at home or for car travel) (Given away)
Amazon.com nondescript, brown sling bag for daily shooting.  Has tons of pockets for lenses and gear
Amazon Gear Backpack — Super nice, and orange interior so I don’t lose stuff.  Took it on a three week trek out to the southwest.  Awesome bag!
Manfrotto Day bag with insert.
North Face Day pack for short hikes
Jill-E bag insert for the Amazon bag and any one of my other carry bags
Fossil brand Leather attache/shoulder bag that I can slip the Jill-E insert into and use it to carry my Fuji or Nikon to and from the office daily.  The Jill-E bag allows various inserts to be velcroed inside converting the insert into various pockets to hold camera and/or lenses.
Nikon Stuff:  MOSTLY GONE NOW except for   ALL Re-Located to new homes and Owners
Nikon D800e body and Nikon 50mm F1.8G lens + my Flashes and pocketwizards
Nikon D800 body–SOLD
Nikon D800e body–SOLD
Nikon D700 body–GIVEN AWAY
Nikon D300 body–SOLD
Four batteries and two chargers–SOLD
Nikon 70-200VR 1, 2.8–SOLD (and the ONLY lens that I think I’ll miss!)
Nikon 70-300 VR  — GIVEN AWAY
Nikon 18-35G series F3.5 lens–GIVEN AWAY
Nikon 16-35 F4–SOLD
Nikon 50mm F1.8D lens–GIVEN AWAY
Nikon 50mm F1.8G lens–SOLD
Nikon 85mm F1.4G lens–SOLD
Nikon 35-70 F2.8 lens–SOLD
Manfrotto Tripod — GIVEN AWAY
Nikon SB700 Flash — SOLD
Nikon SB400 Flash — GIVEN AWAY
Pocket Wizards — SOLD
Filters
Singh-Ray 77mm Polarizer
Hoya 77mm Polarizer
BW 10 stop ND
BW   4 stop ND
Computers and Software
Primary work station is a 27″ Retina iMac, 1TB HD, 16G (Previously was a Mac Mini w Two Apple 24″ displays)
Apple 24” Display connected to the Mini via Thunderbolt port (Sold)
Acer 27” Display via connected to the Mini via HDMI (Sold)
8TB Western Digital, USB3 and Thunderbolt External HD that holds my LR Master Photos
Drobo External 4-bay  3.5” HD unit configured as a 16TB maximum storage array for backups (Sold)
11” Macbook Air (2015) with 256G SSD and 8G Ram
15” Macbook Pro (2009) with 500G SSD and 8G Ram (Sold)
Too many 1TB, 2TB and 4TB external USB 3.0 drives to list
Apple 16G iPad mini used for editing and uploading Fuji files via Snapseed for social media
iPhone 7 PLUS, 256G with the following Photography related apps:
Fujifilm Camera Remote
DOF Master
TPE (The Photographers Ephemeris)
Longtime (helps determine long exposures with ND filters)
LR Mobile
Photopills
NDTimer (same as the Longtime but a bit easier to use)
Adobe Lightroom CC for image uploading, developing, printing and file management
Apple Aperture to dabble with but now that it’s not supported I’ve stopped using it entirely
Silkypix 3.x for processing the Fuji RAF files (useful when LR was unable to properly develop RAF’s)
Nikon Capture NX2 for Nikon D800e files used as needed for problem files
Adobe CC for minor adjustments, mostly spot removal as LR is too heavy handed; though I tend to try and stay in LR as much as possible when I edit images
Iridient Developer v3.x an absolutely amazing tool for eeeking the maximum details out of the Fuji Raw files
Fujifilm Raw Studio
These apps are installed in both of my macs and are configured the same across each machine in order to avoid any confusion while working – especially on the road.  I also make sure my dock icons are in the same exact position across all the Macs.  I know, a bit OCD, but it does speed up the workflow.
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