My Fujifilm Travel & Landscape Photography Gear

My Landscape Photography Gear - 2020

Below is a list of my Landscape Photography Gear that best suits “ME” as a minimalist travel photographer. I’ve spent the last 5 years acquiring these items, and I am happy with them. Whenever I see a camera bag I will always try it on, or research a new lens – do I need it? Probably not. But I know how hard it is to buy camera gear; the expense, weight, technology and all the jargon. 

If you have any questions or are interested in how I use something, please contact me – I will always give honest replies!!!

Fujifilm Landscape Photography Camera

Fujifilm X-T3 – Small, compact, lightweight – all in one powerful camera. A mirrorless camera from Fujifilm that suits my everyday travel needs. Additionally, hosting a generous 26.1mp sensors, fast AF, touch screen and beautiful retro styling. As a result, I rate this as the best travel camera to date.

L Bracket – Changing from landscape to portrait made easy.

Fujifilm Videography Gear

Fujifilm X-T4 – IBIS (In Body Image Stabilizer) flip screen, larger batteries and ergonomics combined with that Fujifilm goodness. Perfect vlog camera. 

DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo – The Mavic Air is the perfect travel drone. Can be purchased with the fly more combo as I use, or purchased alone here.

Zhiyun Weebill Lab – The Weebill Lab is perfect for my run and gun as all three motors lock away. As a result, making it an ideal size to fit inside my Atlas Backpack a gimbal that I’d highly recommend.

Zhiyun Weebill release plate – MUST HAVE ACCESSORY speeds up your workflow so much!

Minimalist Travel Video Accessories

RØDE VideoMicro – Small, no batteries and decent audio. Great for a lightweight and relatively small kit, will upgrade to the new Rode VideoMic Pro + in the near future.

Freewell All Day Drone Filters – Great ALL DAY pack that can have everything from low light, harsh light and polarizing filters that will help you maintain that shutter speed needed to make your cinematic films.

Freewell Variable ND Filter 2-5 Stops of ND – Best on the market 100% worth the money never have X polarization again. If you don’t shoot in LOG format the 2-5 Variable ND will be best.

Freewell Variable ND Filter 6-9 Stops of ND – Best on the market 100% worth the money never have X polarization again. If you shoot in LOG format the 6-9 Variable ND is best for you.

Fujifilm Landscape Photography Lenses

Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS – One thing that initially blew me away is the lack of distortion this achieves from such a wide-angle. Would love to test out the new Fuji 8-16mm F2.8 but cannot justify this over the XF 10-24mm for many reasons – size, weight, no filters and the HUGE price tag.

Fujifilm XF 16-55mm f2.8 R LM WR – A professional lens made for photographs demand the best quality. As a result, this is my go-to lens for a professional shoot. You can watch my full vlog about this lens here.

Fujifilm XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 OIS – A perfect compromise for photographers who expect high-quality products at an affordable price. Lighter, versatile focal range and affordable price compared to the Fuji 50-140mm F2.8, great for my travel requirements.

Fujifilm Video Lenses

Fujinon XF16-80mm F4 R OIS WR – The XF 16-80mm is the most versatile focal range in the Fujifilm lens line-up. An ideal lens for video at constant F/4 also the perfect, minimal travel photography setup. Watch the full review of this lens here.

Fujifilm 16mm F1.4 R WR – Perfect low light video lens with that maximum aperture of F/1.4. You can watch a full review of the Fujifilm 16mm 1.4 here.

Fujifilm Star Photography Lenses

Fujifilm X-T1– Perfect for low light photography, at only 16.1MP. Less noise introduced at high ISO values.

Samyang 12mm f2.0 Ncs Cs – A budget lens specialised for star photography. 100% the BEST astrophotography lens you can purchase for your Fuji X system.

LAOWA 9 mm/F 2.8 ZERO-D – An ideal lightweight and small travel lens for landscape photography and night sky photography.

Move-Shoot-Move Star Tracker – The best lightweight, small travel star tracker to take your star photography images to a COMPLETE new level!

Timelapse +– Capture the BEST timelapse videos w capturing simple sunset to milky way timelapses with this automatic device – GAME CHANGER!

Carbon Fibre Tripods

Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 Tripod – A high-end full-sized tripod from Manfrotto. Excellent build quality used mainly in extreme conditions  to withstand high winds.

Manfrotto 190GO! Tripod – A carbon fibre travel tripod  weighing 1.35kg and 46cm folded in length (without ballhead) Perfect for travel and suitable for most conditions.

Manfrotto 556B Levelling Center Column – Allows the tripod to be levelled from the head, not requiring the legs to be levelled.

Manfrotto Ballhead – A extremely smooth 3-way locking ball head from Manfrotto.

Landscape Photography Accessories

Atlas Athlete Backpack – A must-own backpack for travel and landscape photographers. Read or watch the full review here.

X-T1 & X-T3 Fuji Batteries – All fuji users need extra batteries.

X-T4 Batteries – Spare batteries for the new X-Trans

Freewell Polarizer – Magnetic Polarizer that can easily be adjusted by taking it on and off in a matter of seconds.

Freewell Light Pollution FilterGreat for capturing the night skies and reducing the light pollution.

Freewell Magnetic Step Up Rings – Perfect system for ease of use and performance – watch how this system works here.

SanDisk Video SD Card – Only the best – SanDisk!

SanDisk Photography SD Cards – High recommend SanDisk, never let me down.

Workspace & Programs

Laptop – Dell XPS 15” with 32GB RAM, 4GB Graphics Card and 1TB SDD and 4k 100% Adobe RGB Screen.

SanDisk SSD – Speed up your workflow, spend less time editing and more time shooting. Understand how here.

Seagate 2TB HDD – Back up everything, you never and I mean never know when you will need that footage.

Helicon Focus– A must for stacking yourlandscape images automatically. Hassle-free and works so professionally!

GeniusLink – Perfect for helping online creator generate sales through every country in the world!

4 thoughts on “My Fujifilm Travel & Landscape Photography Gear

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    Hi Matthew I have been following your YT for ages. Just wanted to know what you think is the sharpest fujinon lens for landscapes. I went out to shoot witht the 16mm f2. I was so dissapointed with it at 5.6. My kits lens 18-55 was pulling out sharper photographs.

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      Hey Ian, thanks for much for the ongoing support! I appreciate it immensely! For me, I would have to say for the versatility it would be the 16-55mm f2.8 this lens is crazy sharp throughout the entire focal range. Another lens I find extremely sharp is the 10-24mm – another lens I could highly recommend. I own the 16mm 1.4 although it’s sharp I mainly use this for filming in low light. Hope this helps!

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    Hello Matthew! What’s your advise for architecture photos? 10-24? thank you!

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      That is what I use for my architecture, I know multiple other people also use this. A very versatile lens this way 😀


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