NIKON D750, this is my main camera and I love this beast. The low light performance is really great and the dynamic range is just phenomenal.
Check out the specs here.

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NIKON D5100, I have used this camera for a long time as my main camera in combination with the Tokina 12-24.
Now this is my backup and I use this one for some behind the scenes photos. 

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NIKON AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED – This lens was on my wish list for a long time. I can’t imagine shooting without it anymore. It’s just the best wide angle lens ever made.
Check out the specs here.

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NIKON 24-85mm 3.5-4.5 AF-S – This is the lens which came with the Nikon D750 as a kit. It’s always in my bag, just in case I need a little bit more range.
Check out the specs here.

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NIKON AF-S 50mm f/1.8 G – The amazing cheap 50mm from Nikon. I use this lens for some portraits and behind the scenes photos.
You don’t want to miss this baby.

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Tokina 12-24 F4 DXII ATX PRO – The lens I used for a long time to shoot my city- and landscapes in combination with the D5100. It’s sharp, it’s wide and never let me down in the field.
Here she is.

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Samyang 8mm Fisheye f/3.5 MC CSII – A great and sharp lens that’s always fun to shoot with. It’s made for DX so I use this one on my D5100.
Are your ready for some distortion? Check this lens here.

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REDGED TSC-427K Tripod – My go-to tripod for all my city and landscape shoots. It has the right size for most of jobs.
Lightweight, easy to setup, carbon, twistlocks on the legs and a foam grip for cold weather.

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REDGED RNB-360 BALL HEAD – A great ball head by Redged which will carry any kind of DSLR. One of the best things is that you can level the head and with the turn on a knob you can pan the camera without loosing the ball head and maintain level.
Check the specs here.

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Triggertrap – One of the best solutions for a camera remote. Works incredibly for my HDR brackets.
More about triggertrap here.

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Universal phone holder – I like to keep my hands free while I’m taking my exposures with Triggertrap. At the local bike store you can find this cheap phone holder.

It’s originally designed to attach on your bike, but it works great on a tripod too and I can pour myself a cup of coffee while waiting for triggertrap to finish.

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