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Pierre Lambert Atlas Packs Pro Team

I got my Atlas Packs in 2020. I have the Athlete Pack and have included a photo of my pack and list of camera gear below.

About Me:

What's in my Atlas Athlete Pack?

+ Sony Alpha 1
+ Sony Alpha 7S III:
“Because of what I do on YouTube, I usually have two cameras. One of them that’s always out, which is the Alpha 7S III for filming the behind the scenes that you guys see, and the other one is for getting ready to shoot stills. But when I’m going on an airplane, which might be a question you guys have, and sometimes if I’m really heavy, I keep one camera in hand.”

+ Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 G Master:
“I have the 70-200mm at the bottom of the backpack. Because it is currently the heaviest part of my gear, the heaviest lens, I want to make sure that the weight is at the bottom and closer to my hips. This is a lens I’ve loved and used in so many different circumstances. It’s also a lens I’ll use when it’s snowing or when it’s raining, or when it’s really heavy conditions because I know that it can handle those elements.”

+ Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master:
“What is important with this lens is that it’s the lens that I use when I don’t know what I’m going to shoot. When I don’t know the environment, this is a great lens for me to use. It goes everywhere and it’s such an all-rounder.”

+ Sony 14mm f/1.8 G Master:
“This is a lens I’ve come to really love. At first I thought I didn’t know how I would really use it outside of architectural shots and city shots. It’s really something that allows me to capture different angles.

+ Sony 24mm f/1.4 G Master
+ Sony 35mm f/1.4 G Master
"This is where it gets interesting. I might take the 24mm f/1.4 GM or the 35mm f/1.4 GM. It’s going to be a call of judgment based on where I’m going to go. Let’s say I go more urban, I’ll probably go for the 35mm f/1.4 G Master. The 24mm is going to be wider. If I’m going on an adventure, maybe outdoors, I’ll take the 24mm because it allows me to capture a little bit more of the environment. And with f/1.4, you can’t go wrong shooting at night.”

+Sony 50mm f/1.2 G Master:
“We’ve got my latest favorite which is the 50mm f/1.2. It really hits between that long lens and that really short. 50mm is something that we can get for cheap, the f/1.8 version, and then maybe later on down the line you will want to upgrade to the f/1.2. Which I never thought I did until I tried it. Then I was like, ‘Wow, OK I get it.’

Why I choose Atlas Packs

Hi, I’m Pierre T. Lambert, a travel adventure photographer, filmmaker, storyteller, and YouTuber.

About me

Hi, I’m Pierre T. Lambert, a travel adventure photographer, filmmaker, storyteller, and YouTuber.


Pierre Lambert and the Athlete Pack