My Photographic Equipment

Canon EOS-5D MK II 21MP Digital SLR Camera: is a professional digital full frame SLR camera.
Canon EOS-1D MK II 8.2MP Digital SLR Camera: is a professional digital SLR camera and it's fast.
Canon EOS-40D 10 MP Digital SLR Camera: is a semi professional digital SLR camera. It incorporates an 10 megapixel CMOS sensor with all the feaures of SLR camera. 40D has an almost instant power on and a new AF system, faster continuous shooting and more buffer space. My current lens are interchangeable Canon EF lenses. I also have the battery grip as shown which holds two batteries.
Canon EOS-20D 8.2MP Digital SLR Camera: is a semi professional digital SLR camera. It incorporates an 8.2megapixel CMOS sensor with all the feaures of SLR camera like the 10D. The 20D is a much improved camera over the 10D as in instant power on and a new AF system, 50% faster continuous shooting and more than double the buffer space are all examples with 5.0 fps, 23 frames and a rapid quick 9 point focus. My current lens are interchangeable Canon EF lenses. I also have the battery grip as shown which holds two batteries.
Casio EXILIM Pro EX-P700 The EX-P700 has an ultra high resolution 7.2 million megapixel Canon branded CCD with 4X optical zoom and provides a full range of manual controls. The camera is very compact with an all metal body. The body design and controls with all of its features has really worked perfect for me. Point and shoot or using manual controls the pictures come out excellent.
Another view of the Casio P700 I wanted a camera I could always carry (even in my shirt pocket) this one was an excellent choice (Dimensions 3.8 x 2.7 x 1.8 in and weighs 9.2 oz).
Canon EOS-10D 6.3MP Digital SLR Camera:  EOS 10D is a semi professional digital SLR camera. It incorporates an 6.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, auto and manual focus, program and manual exposure, JPEG and RAW file format, ISO range 100 to 3200, proprietary Lithium-Ion battery. Accepts interchangeable Canon EF lenses. I also have the battery grip as shown which holds two batteries.

Two new lens Canon 70-200 and the

100-400mm ahh I love this lens. Just look at my bear shots from YSNP 2008. I shot some in almost dark conditons with the 70-200 with good results

Sigma AF 50-500mm f4-6.3 EX APO RF HSM Zoom, ahh I love this lens except it is big and heavy
Sigma AF105mm f2.8 EX DG Macro 1:1, Macro is new to me and so is this lens. I have used it a few times and the images are perfect.
Sigma AF 2X EX APO Tele-Converter; extends the usability of macro and telephoto lens by 2x
Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Zoom; very good telephoto but I would trade it in for any telephoto 'L' lens.
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM; excellent quality great for portraits
Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM; excellent wide angle. I find I am using this lens a lot. The lens does really well for portraits also.
Canon Speedlite 550EX TTL Shoe Mount Camera Flash; works great once you figure out ETTL, manual camera settings etc.
Bogen Manfrotto Tripod 3021BPRO; again I made the right choice when I purchased a tripod
Bogen Manfrotto Tripod Ball Head 322RC2 Grip Action; for me this is a perfect match for my tripod
Canon RS-80N3 Cable Release; a must have
Olympus E10One of the first digital SLRs 4.0 MP 4x optical zoom ED lens, 3 position 1.8in. wide view LCD monitor, 2240x11680 pixel image resolution, 4 shooting modes (programmed automatic, aperture priority, shutter priority, and manual), Built in pop up flash, TTL hot shoe and PC flash sync connection, save in TIFF, JPEG, and RAW DFC, shutter speeds from 1/640 sec to 8 seconds as well as Bulb (limit of 30 sec), 4x optical 9-36mm (34-140mm equivalent in 35mm photography), Dual card slot design (smart media and compact flash type I and type II) with 62mm filter size. This was a camera I really enjoyed. I still have it and it is just sitting here. I hope to get the camera and all my Olympus accessories on ebay soon. I need the money because I am in need of more lenses.
Olympus TCON -14B 1.45X Tele Extension. The TCON-14B simply attaches to the E-10. The lens has multi-coated lens elements and provides the equivalent optical performance of up to 200mm on a 35mm camera.
Olympus WCON -08B 0.8X Wide Extension that simply attaches to the front of the camera.
Olympus TCON -300 3X Extension providing an overall 3x optical system the equivalent performance of 420 mm on a 35 mm camera. To support its considerable length it comes complete with a support arm and lens hood and weighs about 40 ounces
Olympus RM-CB1 Remote Cable Release, I just can't live with out these cables on my camera.
Olympus Camedia C-4040 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom; I carry this camera around in my pocket.
More to come soon I have just ran out of time for today I will soon provide a page on my darkroom equipment and process