I’ll shoot everything with the 5D — I can’t run round with two cameras, I already have too much on my back.” — “I used to use a Fuji XT2, but I wanted a full-frame camera and something faster.So I got a Sony a9 in August 2017 and have been using it since. It’s really sharp and super fast and helps me capture the moment.This camera and lens combo are very versatile for video and different types of photography.
I decided I wanted a DSLR camera, as opposed to a mirrorless camera, even though they tend to be heavier, because you have a wider range of lenses at your disposal.I use this all the time when I’m traveling solo, and nobody’s the wiser! Because it’s a bit older, it doesn’t have the Wi-Fi built-in, so I use it with a Wi-Fi card, and what I do is a little bit different. I find it to be really helpful, because if I just want to dump stuff to my phone immediately and do a quick edit when I’m out at an event, I can do that.I love the remote-control access, an app that connects to your phone, so you can see exactly what’s in the frame while shooting on a tripod. Or if I take a more staged shot, I have the raw file to take back to my computer later and really mess with it if I need to.” — “Everything I shoot, I shoot with the 5D Mark IV.It has saved me countless hours to just connect to my phone and see, ‘Oh, I’m not even standing in the frame.’ To download all the images, I simply switch on the camera’s internal Wi-Fi, connect using the app on my phone, and download only the images I liked right to my camera roll. ” — “For photos, the majority of stuff we’re shooting is either on the i Phone or the 5D. From the beginning, I knew I wanted something that took good photos, and video as well.I went to Canon because when I shot TV shows, we shot with a Canon, not with anything else.