- Main camera: Fujifilm X-T30 (charcoal)
- Secondary camera: Fujifilm X-T20
- Second hand, for timelapses
Main drawback compared to X-T3/X-T4: not weather resistant, battery/card slot is behind the mount plate. The X-T20 and X-T30 are lighter and a bit more compact.
- Fujifilm XF 18-45
- Fujifilm XF 55-200
I got the 18-55 with the X-T30 as kit lens.
While out hiking in the mountains I use the 55-200 more since it makes cleaner pictures, especially when there is no interesting foreground.
- Manfrotto Element Traveller L (Carbon)
- Lightweight, large height of 164 cm (I’m tall), but folds very compact.
- Manfrotto MH494 Ballhead + mount plate
- Syrp Genie Mini
- Camera rotation for time lapses
The second ball head is needed to point the camera independently of the rotation plane.
- Peak Design Slide Lite
- Wide strap
- Peak Design Capture Clip
- For convenient carrying on a backpack without shoulder strain.
- Peak Design Dual Plate (2x, one per camera)
- Mount plate that works well with both Manfrotto mounts and Peak design strap and capture clip.
- Fujifilm MHG-XT10 handgrip
- To increase grip on X-T30. Barely used since it also adds weight.
- Extra batteries: Patona platinum NP-W126S (2x)
- Patona dual charger for NP-W126S
- Glass screen protector for X-T30
- cracked now, so probably did its job
- Soft release button: JJC SRB-BK (red)
- Makes a larger shutter target. Not really necessary after getting used to the smaller shutter button.