View all of the gear I presently use for my images here.
Meet Alanna. She is the primary camera I utilize for all of my imagery, especially for street photography. Alanna's primary inclusion to my collection is for her focus tracking capability, no blackout capability in silent shooting mode and additional mode dial on the top of the camera.
Meet Aaliyah. She's my primary camera choice for my epic landscape and architecture work. She's my highest megapixel camera, at 42MP, which is great to have for the images that I really want to have an extra punch of resolution for a specific image, above Alanna's 24MP sensor. Aaliyah's weakness in my work is autofocusing, so she's typically paired with my ZEISS Loxia lenses, for manual operation (which is preferred for landscape and architectural work).
Meet Arya. She's my latest addition and currently serves my video needs and any situations where I want the best in low light. She's also my primary camera choice for weddings, where 12MP is more than enough and the extreme low light capability gives her the edge for all weddings where lighting is an issue. Her highlights are the new flip out touch screen (with updated menu system), which is great for anyone doing any recordings and the improved low light capability over her predecessor.
Meet Aryanna. She's my first new APS-C camera in 5 years. She is the smaller compact choice I go with for my street and nature images and is mostly assigned to my manual ZEISS Loxia lenses in my collection. In the events of vlog filming she'll be paired with the Sony/ZEISS 4/16-35mm or ZEISS Batis 2/25mm lenses.
Meet Alyssa. She's my oldest camera in my collection and one I refuse to ever sell. At 6 years old she's still a phenomenal camera to have. This camera is now used for my street imagery only, coupled usually with my manual ZEISS Loxia lenses.
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