Nikon D810: This is my main workhorse camera and the body that I reach for first for all of my commercial work where I need the best possible quality. I was a huge fan of the D800 and when Nikon released the D810 I knew that I was going to have to pick one up. I spent a little time with a D4s but with the autofocus and still fps upgrades to the D810 I knew it was exactly what I needed at half the price. Don’t get me wrong, the D4s was a great camera but just not right for my needs and it’s so much easier when you have two of the same camera bodies so you can share the vertical grip and batteries.
Nikon D800: After the release of the Nikon D810 this became my backup camera but it’s still absolutely amazing. I started off as a Nikon Shooter (D60 & D300) before switching over to Canon for a bit (5d Mark II). The D800 is what brought me back to Nikon and I’m so glad that I did. The quality of the files are out of this world and anytime I’m zoomed in to 100% I can’t believe how sharp the files are. The small upgrades to the autofocus and dynamic range in the D810 definitely make a difference to me but if it happens to fail on a shoot I know the D800 isn’t far behind to fill in.
Fuji X-T1: This is the newest addition to my camera bag and to be completely honest I haven’t had a chance to use it yet. I’ve heard so many great things about this camera and I was really in need of a small camera that I could carry with me at all times. I’ll have more to say once I get a chance to use it but if it’s half as good as everyone says then it’ll be a perfect addition to my bag.