I've always been trying to step outside the box - seeing things from a unique perspective, the way no one else has ever captured it.
Sondre was 20 years old when he got his first camera and started photographing. He started an instagram account to share his passion for nature - especially the milky way. Over the years the hobby turned into his work income, traveling the world with the Norwegian Biathlon Association.
Today he has over half a million unique followers from all around the world, inspiring them with his magical astroshots and mesmerizing animal reels.
My go to camera, with 50MP and up to 30 fps shooting.
Sony FE 12-24 f/2.8 GM
I had the 16-35mm for a while. But decided to go even wider. This is a high quality piece of glass with incredible sharpness.
Sony A7 III
Back-up camera, but for most situations is more then good enough as a main camera with its 24MP. Always recommend this one!
Sony FE 24-70 f/2.8 GM II
One of the most important focal length you can have. If you could only bring one lens, this is the one.
Invested in a Cinema camera, and what an investment. I'm so pleased with the quality and colors this camera produce.
Sony FE 70-200 f/2.8 GM OSS II
The other lens you should have if you only have two. I always use this for sports. Perfect for landscape and portraits too!
Sony FE 200-600 f/5.6-6.3 G OSS
This has been my go to lens for filming on a tripod. Being able to have the range of zoom is so nice. Paired it a lot with my FX3.
Sigma 70 f/2.8 DG Macro Art
Needed a macro and didn't want to spend too much. It's super sharp, but slow at focusing. Might upgrade this one.
Sony FE 400 f/2.8 GM OSS
My dream lens! Always wanted one when I was younger. I bring this when I want photos not every one can get, due to 400mm f/2.8.
Sigma 85 f/1.4 DG DN Art
Super sharp lens and super light. Perfect for portrait and when I photograph my cats. Eye-AF could have been better paired with Sony.
Sony Teleconverter 1.4x
When I need a little more then i can get with my 70-200 and don't want to bring the big guns. It's sharp enough and better then 2.0.
Sigma 14 f/1.8 DG HSM Art (Borrow)
This is one of the best astro lenses you can get out there. Used it a lot for my Milky way photos. Might upgrade to the Sony 14mm, lighter!
Sigma 105 f/1.4 DG HSM Art (Borrow)
Crazy bokeh lens. 105mm combined with f/1.4 blows out the background. Super sharp, but a huge piece of glass and heavy.
Gitzo Systematic Tripod - GT3543XLS
When filming it's important to have a steady tripod. Needed a bigger and stronger one for my bigger telephoto lens. This one was it!
DJI Mini 3 Pro
The best small drone out there with good enough quality for both social media and client videos. Awesome to fly and easy to pack!
Gitzo Traveler Kit, GT2545T + GH1382QD
After sticking to my "first" tripod for many years, I decided I need something lighter and steadier. This one is good, I don't regret it.
Exciting little fpv drone. Sold the old one for this one. The size definitely matters here and makes it easier to bring it on trips.
Gitzo Fluid Gibal Head
Since I started filming a lot more when I bought the Sony FX3, I needed a gimbal for my tripod. This pairs god with my telezooms.
Nisi 150mm Starter Kit II (Caddy)
As a landscape photographer, ND filter is a must! Nisi is something I've been satisfied with. Have both 6 & 10 stops ND and soft GND.
I don't use flashes often, I like to use natural light. But this Godox flash packs a lot of power to a really god price, considering a second one.
DJI RS 3
Needed a new gimbal that was much easier to setup and use. This one has definitely been one of those, so now I use it more.
If I can't be bother to bring my AD600Pro, I bring this one. It's also a really powerful flash which is a lot smaller. Perfect for fast portraits!
Atomos Ninja V+
Since the FX3 made its way to my hands I needed a monitor, and why not get one that can record stunning footage. Dream to edit!
A action camera that gives a completely different perspective and angel. Like to use it when I don't have someone to film myself or for sports.