A little History
Gear is something that becomes a bit of a obsession does't it. Come on admit it, the more gear the better...
Knowledge is power and with great knowledge comes great responsibility? Something like that... No this idea started a while ago in my head and it's only taken a few years to get it out and going. I have always been a gear guy, I don't like renting, I don't like not having the tool for the job, it's just a question of if I spend the cash is it worth it? With so many new options out there for film gear and so many new manufactures pumping out film gear, especially for the DSLR market, how to do I choose what to buy?
Because I have been blessed / cursed with the thirst for gear I want to share my findings with you... What gear has withstood the test of production, what gear has proven it's self more valuable than it's original price tag, what secret gems have I found that I can share with you...
Also I am always up for trying new things, so if there is a something that you are not sure about but would love some more info on, bring it to my attention, I will put it through it's paces and share what there was to learn.