Camera Gear

Canon EOS 40D
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT

Canon EF 28-135 mm IS Ultrasonic Motor (Canon 40D Kit Lens)
Canon EF 70-300 mm IS Ultrasonic Motor
Canon EF-S 18-55 mm (Digital Rebel XT Kit Lens)
Canon EF 50 mm
Really cheap Quantray Macro Filters +1, +2, +4

Photos are coming to show the lenses in action

Canon Speedlight 580EX

Memory and Reader:
CFI/II USB 2.0 Card Reader
Kingston Elite Pro Compact Flash 4 GB

Legs and Such:
Gitzo Weekend Compact Basalt
Really Right Stuff BH-25 PF
Extra battery
Canon Remote Switch RS-80N3

Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Wacom Bamboo
Xrite Eye One Color Mangement
Epson Stylus Photo RX595

Bags: (for now anyway)
Lowepro Rolling Compu Trekker for traveling and storage
Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home (in red, thank you very much) for days out

I am sure I have forgotten something…Share your gear list in the comments below.


8 thoughts on “Camera Gear

  1. I found you via Ivoryhut. I am another Canon girl…and just YESTERDAY brought home my first DSLR – a Canon Rebel XSi. Just the kit lens so far 18-55 as you got with your Rebel. I have on “order” the 17-40L f/4 wide angle zoom as I love taking landscape. Would have liked the 16-35 f/2.8 but budget… I also ordered the 50mm f/1.8 – not the L… and all hoods. I “think” I’m planning on sticking to L lenses with the idea that they will go on my next step up. But mainly, I am just loving getting out and seeing what I can see and bringing “home” as much of it as I can.

    Happy shooting!

  2. Oh, I meant to add to that, if you have a chance, I’d love to hear your thoughts about what lenses might be best to eventually acquire on a limited budget. I have the 18-55mm kit lens, plus the 55-250mm.

  3. Congrats Karma. There is a very fast 50mm that is under $100

    It’s a fixed focal length. So it will challenge you to zoom with your feet and make you really think about composition. It lets in beautiful light. It’s my party and dinner out lens.

    I then bought macro extension tubes…thank you KD for the recco.

    I would also suggest renting a lens for a week or so to really get a feel. is a great place that I have used.

    Hope that helps.

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