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Bill Pierce is one of the most successful Leica photographers and authors ever. I initially "met" Bill in the wonderful 1973 15th edition Leica Manual (the one with the M5 on the cover). I kept reading and re-reading his four chapters, continually amazed at his knoweldge and ability, thinking "if I only knew a small part of what this guy knows... wow."  I looked foward to his monthly columns in Camera 35 and devoured them like a starving man.  Bill has worked as a photojournalist  for 25 years, keyword: WORK.  Many photogs dream of the professional photographer's  life that Bill has earned and enjoyed.  Probably Bill's most famous pic is Nixon departing the White House for the last time, victory signs still waving. 

 

Bill  has been published in many major magazines, including  Time, Life, Newsweek, U.S. News, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, New York Magazine, Stern, L'Express and Paris Match.  :His published books include  The Leica Manual,  War Torn, Survivors and Victims in the Late 20th Century, Homeless in America,  Human Rights in China,  Children of War.  Add to that numerous exhibitions at major galleries and museums.  Magazine contributions include  Popular Photography,  Camera 35, Leica Manual,  Photo District News, the Encyclopedia of Brittanica, the Digital Journalist, and now RFF.  Major awards include Leica Medal of Excellence, Overseas Press Club's Oliver Rebbot Award for Best Photojournalism from Abroad,  and the World Press Photo's Budapest Award. Perhaps an ever bigger award is Tom Abrahamsson's comment: "If you want to know Rodinal, ask Bill."

 

I met Bill in person through our mutual friend Tom Abrahamsson.  In person his insight and comments are every bit as interesting and engaging as his writing.  He is a great guy who really KNOWS photography.  I am happy to say he has generously agreed to host this forum at RFF  From time to time Bill will bring up topics, but you are also invited to ask questions.  Sit down and enjoy the ride!

 


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Old 01-25-2012   #121
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I'm thinking on a Domke F-803 for my M2 and Rolleiflex. Does a Rolleiflex fit in? I mean easily fit on height and width.
I fit in two M bodies with lenses and a Rolleiflex T comfortably (Rolleiflex fits nearly exactly into slot).
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Old 01-25-2012   #122
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I just ordered a custom Timbuk2 classic messenger bag in olive drab green with their camera insert and a grab strap for the manliest looking man-purse I think I could manage. Eagerly awaiting its arrival.
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Old 01-25-2012   #123
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I'm sure I mentioned this a few years ago, but now seems like a good time to mention it again. If you carry your bag by your side and put the strap on your shoulder on the same side, there is always a tendency for the strap to slip off your shoulder. Like they say about everything else in photography--it depends. Plastic pad on silk shirt--oops. Soft rubber pad on suede--like glue. Anyway, some years ago I was given an Ergopad. It is wedge shaped to conform to the slope of your shoulder, it comes in several widths, and costs less than $10.00. I have it on my heaviest bag and I highly recommend it
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Old 02-01-2012   #124
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i use a billingham hadley small as my day bag, i don't use the paddings except when i travel internationally when i have to leave the luggage for checks and put aside during transport... in everyday situations i often place it on the floor so that it won't have the chance to fall onto the floor

right now i have put in it an M4 mounted with a 35 (put in a winter knit hat for protection), a few rolls of film, a small bottle of water, medicine, keys, notebook, pens, a light wool scarf, cell phone, a thin paperback to read, a steel S-hook (which i can hook the bag onto something secure, like a handrail on the train, so i can spared lugging it on my shoulder) and i think i can put yet another lens or a small p&S, and a meter too... but my back is complaining

recently found that if i twist (flip) the bag's strap, the "torque" helps staying on the shoulder (when i carry my bag by my side and put the strap on my shoulder on the same side)

my girl just showed me this canvas bag last night, and i thought wow i must tell the RFF folks; it might answer some of you guys' needs, i have no relation with the seller, and FYI NT600 is about US20

http://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?21110253257470

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Interesting case Joosep - where did you get it from? Not sure I would want to carry it around everyday, however it looks good for travel.
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Interesting case Joosep - where did you get it from? Not sure I would want to carry it around everyday, however it looks good for travel.
I got it from a local auction site.
Bought it about year ago. In mint condition.
Paid 175 kronos for it... About 11 €. Got lucky I guess.

Its very light. After I got this, all my soft bags have remained untouched. Bought another hard case, brown leather, a little bigger, just in case.

Its very nice and subtle.
Its my alpha and omega bag. Travel, everyday, whatever.
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Well, for that price you certainly got lucky - it does look like a good strong protective case.
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I just ordered a custom Timbuk2 classic messenger bag in olive drab green with their camera insert and a grab strap for the manliest looking man-purse I think I could manage. Eagerly awaiting its arrival.
Chris,

I did the same as you with a custom Timbuk2 classic messenger bag in gray wool (x-small) with the Snoop camera bag insert (x-small). Here are some images with an M9, Summicron-M 35mm ASPH, Summicron-M 50mm and Elmarit-M 90mm stowed in their respective cases. There is still room for an iPad in the back inner pocket. I also ordered the velcro silencers that Timbuk2 offers. You will love this bag.









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Old 03-31-2012   #130
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Anyone using a Pacsafe bag or backpack? Here's a review (no camera content though):

http://youtu.be/txBVQVRUAMc
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Old 03-31-2012   #131
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There is really no such thing as a perfect bag. At least, not one that serves all purposes. That is why I have 4 main camera bags. They are:

- Billingham Hadley Pro. For everyday office. Fits a lappy and 2 Ms, but it is a tight fit. On weekends, and without the laptop, I can fit a Mamiya 7ii and an M in there and I think a MacBook Air will fit too.
- Billingham Small. For weekend walks.
- Domke J-811. For when I travel, like back to Sydney on vacation. This thing can fit 2 Ms, a medium format the size of Mamiya 7, various other small accessories or devices and a 15in lappy.
- Domke F3X. I only use this when I know I have to run or move about a lot and also when the weather is bad. But since I like to walk around with some style, I prefer the Billinghams.
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Old 04-26-2012   #132
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i like bags that are discreet and can hold one M body with lens attached, plus 2-3 more lenses. i am always pondering alternative to my domke f-5xb. i'm not sure why because it suits my needs quite well. i have purchased a couple other bags, but then sold them (including the domke f-803). i have pondered the a&a "oskar's one day bag," but wish it had a zip closure under the flap cover. if it did, i would probably give it a try.
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Old 04-26-2012   #133
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Man, you guys are so classy! I just throw everything into individual heavy-gauge freezer bags, and dump it all into a Timbuk2 or Duluth bag, or an old LLBean bag. The freezer bags are adequate padding, and I can easily see what's in each one. One body, two, three, one lens, five--it's all the same. When I had Leica stuff, and all the lenses had their own identities, read by feel, I had sock tops, cut off and seamed, as lens cases, but now that I'm using Nikon gear and all the lenses feel the same, the plastic bags let me see what I'm reaching for.
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Old 04-26-2012   #134
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Like everyone, I've gone around with different bags. In the end, I have come to really appreciate the waist-belt with shoulder strap style. When I'm shooting, I'm often squatting down or climbing over things, and I really want the security of a well-attached bag.

The best size for me has two dividers and can hold 3 prime lenses and a camera (with lens). When I'm traveling everything is in the bag; when I'm shooting, the camera is over my shoulder and the lenses are separated by the dividers.

I have two bags that work well for this: the smallest Think-tank, the "Speed-Demon", and an old Lowepro "Photo-Runner" (wish I could find these on Craig's list). The Think-tank is well-made, well-designed, slightly heavy, but very comfortable. The Lowepro is lighter, less bulky, and completely satisfactory.

Either of those bags works perfectly for my Leica or my Pentax K5 kits. My Pentax lenses are all FF (unrequited longing for a FF Pentax DSLR), and have no problem fitting, and that includes (barely) a 300mm f/4.

My solution feels good because it is small, efficient and secure. If I was carrying a pro-level Canikon or any zoom lenses above the consumer grade, I'd need a bigger bag.
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Small and worn Albinar bag for me, three lenses, a Maxxum 600si with battery pack, six filters for black and white, cable release, and that's it. The vertical grip made othe camera heavy and shortened my space.
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Old 05-09-2012   #136
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The perfect bag has many characteristics I won't recite here and one I will:

It has no damn velcro closures.

So irritating to be at a string quartet performance & shatter the atmosphere with the rip of a velcro closure.
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I've recently purchased a used in mint condition Leica Billingham bag for my GXR system. I have been using a Bare Bones Bag. I really like the BBB but the previous post above is the reason I wanted to try a bag without Velcro. I'm sold on the Billingham bag!
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I carry my one and only camera (Fuji X100) in a 30-year-old Aztec fanny pack. Usually, I just sling it over a shoulder. It holds a camera, extra battery, extra SD card, cleaning materials, cell phone and a package of chewing gum.

My X-Pro1 is just four days away. When it arrives I will have to re-think things.
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Old 06-13-2012   #139
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I've got lots of bags, one for almost any situation. My most recent bag is a Domke F5XC which I bought for my X-Pro 1kit but I'm amazed at what I can easily fit in. Check out the YouTube overview of what I've been using the F5XC for?
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Old 06-13-2012   #140
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I just use my man-bag, either a Leica M3 with 50mm Summarit, and 90mm APO Lanther, or my Fotoman 69 with an extra film back.
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New and old.

Leica (what became the M-Classic) bag ... $19.00, including coffee stains, eBay.

Billingham Hadley Pro ... 12 years old now; looking a little deflated as its insert is being borrowed by another bag here.

Crumpler ... what is this? a Three Million or a Two Million ... about $25 on eBay used. This bag travels with me nearly every time I alight on my bicycle.

A leather bag labeled Land Rover that my wife picked up at a consignment shop for $10. A little too dainty for me. This one fills space in the closet.

My newest bag: a Brady Ariel Large. Not the usual though. These are made to carry trout. No kidding. Brady sells a rubberized liner. This bag doesn't have the liner and it won't be carrying trout anytime soon. This one is in wool. It was a Xmas gift from my Mrs. It is currently borrowing my Hadley insert while I debate what to use as a permanent insert. Unlike Tom A, I can't imagine using a towel as an insert without also imagining myself sweeping up broken glass from a dropped lens. I like that this bag is not one I'm likely to pass anyone else carrying and it sure doesn't look like a camera bag. The Hadley Pro insert is a tad too small. I'm thinking that a Hadley large will fit just right. I intend to use this bag until it becomes threadbare.

There's a Tenba bag somewhere in the basement feeling a little left out. Too damned bad.
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have been using Think Tank retrospective 10 for the past 3 yrs (used to hold my D700 and lenses). Fit my iPad or MacBook Air, lens pen, blower, memory cards, rain cover for bag, wallet, car keys etc ...
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[quote=Kent;1793926]Some time ago, when I mainly was walking around with DSLR gear, I used LowePro or Samsonite backpacks or huge bags by Kata or Crumpler.
Now, that I mostly use my NEXes, I need something else.

For example this one:

German Army combat bag, large

This is EXACTLY the same bag I have, for which I made the inserts (orange colour though) myself.
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I like the BBB and Leica Billingham Combo Bag. Perfect for my M-E and a couple lenses.
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Funny I have two Domke F-2s an F-8 (my daughter grabed that), a Billingham precursor to that Hadley, a Billlingham Polar (or something like that - very small), but I still seem to return to the Brady trout bag. Mine was a hand me down from a friend and must be 50 years old. The waterproof liner died years ago and the outer strap were fragile. The company that now owns Brady sent me gratis replacement strap a few months ago and the bag looks good to go for at least another 50 years. Currently a Linhof 220 is dwelling inside - that is a hard camera to bag in a compact package.

BTW the tiny Billingham is perfect for a RF body, meter and often an extra lens - real minimalist (but not quick draw).
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I fit in two M bodies with lenses and a Rolleiflex T comfortably (Rolleiflex fits nearly exactly into slot).
Do you buy extra insert for yours? I use the original insert and put my beatup Rollei in the no protection slot when out shooting but i'm planning to travel soon and the idea of no protection and sitting on the airplane above head compartment is scaring me off. I'm thinking a Tenba Pro 2 insert, any other suggestions guys?
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I'm wondering if any one has any experience with the

Incase point and shoot or Incase http://goincase.com/shop/incase-poin...hoot-field-bag

or Incase Stussy Field Bag http://goincase.com/shop/incase-stussy-camera-field-bag

Basically same bag with a different design. Seems like it should do well with a camera and maybe one or two extra lenses.
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For me is the Lowe pro Reporter series, S&F Reporter 300, It's just a great all around
bag I even have to smaller sizes. I did try the Crumpler million dollar bag, but it's like
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I use my first "real" bag, a Domke F-6. It fits my M4, film, an extra lens, and whatever books I need for school. It also has enough room for my F2 and a few AI-S lenses if I want to bring a film camera for a friend to shoot with. I seem to have discovered a little-known secret about bags - they weigh less when they aren't full!
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Chris,

I did the same as you with a custom Timbuk2 classic messenger bag in gray wool (x-small) with the Snoop camera bag insert (x-small). Here are some images with an M9, Summicron-M 35mm ASPH, Summicron-M 50mm and Elmarit-M 90mm stowed in their respective cases. There is still room for an iPad in the back inner pocket. I also ordered the velcro silencers that Timbuk2 offers. You will love this bag.









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This looks pretty nice. Seems to be the right size. I'd love to see some more pictures.
Is there room for an iPad or magazine/map?
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I dont think I have ever met a photographer that didn't have at least, 4 camera bags. Personally, I don't want to look like I am carrying around a camera and while I don't think a regular person would know what a Billingham bag looked like, another photograher would.. so I try to use bags that are not made to be photo bags and house my photo gear in a Crumpler Haven.

Basically, the Crumpler Haven is the guts of a photo bag that allows you to make any bag your photo bag. They come in S, M, L and XXL. I have both the S and M. In the Small I can carry an M7, two lenses and film or an M7 and an M9 with lenses on it.. but its tight. In the Medium I can comfortably carry the M9 and M7 with lenses and film, batteries and filters.

They work great, highly recommended.

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Like others here, I've opted for a messenger bag with an insert when carrying an M or Fuji X camera. My reasoning was based precisely on the need for my bag to "not look like a camera bag". This is just personal opinion but in 2013, nobody carries a Billingham-style bag around unless they are carrying camera gear. And for those of us "in the know," a Billingham just screams EXPENSIVE CAMERA.

Also, my favored brand of messenger bag, Chrome, is an extremely robust bag in its own regard:



These bags are super comfortable, mine is 8 years old and still going strong. And they're real messenger bags, meaning they are worn high on the shoulder (not slung across the chest and low on your hip like a man purse) and are far more comfortable if you're spending the day on your feet with any kind of weight in your bag. Best of all I can tote all of my expensive stuff around without worrying about adverse (rainy) weather. The interior of Chrome's bags (including the flap) are lined with super heavy vinyl or plastic-impregnated canvas. Chrome's website calls it "military-grade, 18-oz truck tarpaulin liner." The liner is still waterproof after 8 years of abuse, in fact it's so waterproof I've actually tossed a few beers + ice INSIDE the bag (obviously not at the same time I'm carrying camera gear, duh) without any leakage:



You can find a wide variety of camera inserts on Amazon, just search for "Camera Bag Insert" and marvel at the options available to you. Personally I'm a big fan of the Ona Bags insert, perfect for an X or M camera, one or two lenses, and random odd bits (ND filters, batteries, cable releases, etc):



I use a medium Chrome messenger bag, but I suppose my setup could work with a Small or Large bag as well. This combination has protected my gear during travel for the past 8 years, and has seen everything from 20 degree London winter to 95 degree tropical rainstorms in Hawaii without skipping a beat or leaking a drop of water into it. And no matter where I was, I've surprised at least one person when I pulled a Leica out of it. Which is exactly what I was going for.

As far as anything DSLR-sized is concerned: I'm gonna agree with Bill about backpacks being king here. I prefer the Kata Owl or larger bags, if you haven't tried Kata before OMG you simply must. They have the most comfortable straps I've ever experienced. My standard "run out the door ready to shoot just about anything" presser rig involves a 1D mkiii, 16-35, 70-200 2.8IS, a 50 prime, 24L, 5dmkii body, batteries, and a 580EXii+battery pack. That's probably at least 20 lbs on its own and belongs in a backpack or rolling suitcase unless you've got an excellent chiropractor. I don't "travel light" with DSLRs anymore because I think the whole concept is contradictory given the fact that there are far more effective, smaller camera systems I'd take with me instead if weight or a backpack/suitcase are an issue.
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You all forget. The perfect bag is a bag that contains the perfect camera, for the job, when you need it. That is the perfect bag
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