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Old 11-27-2012   #81
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Old 11-27-2012   #82
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i like to use terms like thank god , jesus christ , and christ instead of swearing words.. they have a better ring to it... just my two cents.
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i like to use terms like thank god , jesus christ , and christ instead of swearing words.. they have a better ring to it... just my two cents.
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Old 11-30-2012   #88
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My M3 with Zeiss Sonnar 50 f/1.5 is always in my bag. Joining it lately has been my Crown Graphic 4x5 with a 6x8 roll film back.

This past week i've picked up a Kodak Retina II and IIa. The Retina II has a messed up frame counter (doesn't bother me) and will be joining the M3. The Retina IIa has a bent focus ring. I need to manufacture a spanner wrench to get the lens out to fix that one. I've already cleaned and rebuilt the rangefinder on it, now just waiting to finish the focus fix so i can calibrate it. Both Retinas have the Schneider Kreuznach 50 f/2 lens, the IIa with a Synchro-Compu, and the II with a Compur-Rapid.

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Nice bag you got there.

Where to get those lovely "Buy film not megapixels" film container??
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JCH-Leica:X100 by New .Trev, on Flickr
Nice set!

I presume that's the F-803 from Domke, no?

I was wondering how it sits against your side. Does it sort of wrap around, or does it have a stiff plastic plate at the bottom that makes it a bit rigid and straight?

Will your hassy fit in it along with an M and lens?

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This is what I spent my weekend with. Re-acquainting myself with the Hexar AF as I hadn't shot with it for a while. And, of course, note the film cases! Love these cases.

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Nice bag you got there.

Where to get those lovely "Buy film not megapixels" film container??
You can get them from an RFF sponsor, in fact--Japan Camera Hunter!
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Nice set!

I presume that's the F-803 from Domke, no?

I was wondering how it sits against your side. Does it sort of wrap around, or does it have a stiff plastic plate at the bottom that makes it a bit rigid and straight?

Will your hassy fit in it along with an M and lens?

Thanks!
Yes that is the model from Domke I believe. There is no stiff plastic, so it does mold to your body a bit. It's also surprisingly small and light. I love the bag.

And yes, the Hassy fits. Just this morning I tried out the Hassy w A12 back and 80/2.8 lens attached, the M6TTL with 35 Cron ASPH attached, and one of the hard film cases and it all fit without being too tight. That leaves the two front pockets for filters, more film, a small lens, etc etc. And two small zippered pockets on the large flap in which I keep spare batteries and 39mm filters generally.

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Where can I find these cases? I have a couple from Japan Camera Hunter, but I could use some of this size as well.

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This is what I spent my weekend with. Re-acquainting myself with the Hexar AF as I hadn't shot with it for a while. And, of course, note the film cases! Love these cases.

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Yes that is the model from Domke I believe. There is no stiff plastic, so it does mold to your body a bit. It's also surprisingly small and light. I love the bag.

And yes, the Hassy fits. Just this morning I tried out the Hassy w A12 back and 80/2.8 lens attached, the M6TTL with 35 Cron ASPH attached, and one of the hard film cases and it all fit without being too tight. That leaves the two front pockets for filters, more film, a small lens, etc etc. And two small zippered pockets on the large flap in which I keep spare batteries and 39mm filters generally.

Hope that helps!
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Where can I find these cases? I have a couple from Japan Camera Hunter, but I could use some of this size as well.
I basically found them in a Tokyo store and cleaned out most of their supply! Here's all of them in their original boxes.



Oh, I also have 120 film cases, too.
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Not much has changed in this picture since it was taken (sometimes the Mamiya 6 gets replaced by a TLR, sometimes I even carry both)

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I use several camera bags with equipment. This weekend, I am using a very used looking bag with a Hasselblad SWC, 120 and 220 camera backs. Pentax digital sptmeter. Film. I covered parts of the bag with black tape, and I used needle and pin to make the bag stronger.
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this month will be dedicated to film again. at least as best as i can afford it.

so here's my film outfit, at least what's left after selling some items.

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this month will bet dedicated to film again. at least as best as i can afford it.

so here's my film outfit, at least what's left after selling some items.
OK, but how do you shoot with an M6 and no lens?
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I will put them on ebay soon. Too busy at the moment. I basically found them in a Tokyo store and cleaned out most of their supply! Here's all of them in their original boxes.



Oh, I also have 120 film cases, too.
Dude, really need a film box like yours.

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Can't wait for this one to arrive. One of the most thoughtfull bags ever made.

BTW: Do you guys know the origin of "what's in your bag" ?
Hint: It's not about cameras or photography.
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Hay, it went out today.
Enjoy it.

I guess I should take another photo of the newest bag and what's in it?

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Can't wait for this one to arrive. One of the most thoughtfull bags ever made.

BTW: Do you guys know the origin of "what's in your bag" ?
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Thank you... I'm sure I will.

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Can't wait for this one to arrive. One of the most thoughtfull bags ever made.

BTW: Do you guys know the origin of "what's in your bag" ?
Hint: It's not about cameras or photography.
Is it from Every Day Carry (EDC) blog? My friend is actually the one who runs that blog.
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I've been shooting mostly medium format the last few months, so I'll show off that kit.

The bag is a 20 year old Tamrac Correspondent 8, model 428. This bag was designed for working journalists and documentary photographers, and is basically a ballistic nylon clone of the popular Domke F2. I actually prefer the Tamrac version. When I was in high school in the early 1990s, I bought the Correspondent 6, which is a smaller version. I wanted a Correspondent 8 as well, but couldn't afford it at the time. Soon after, it was discontinued. It took my MANY years to locate one for sale, and I wish I could have gotten one when they were new. The bag is big enough to carry my stuff, without the bulky padding around the sides. Very easy and comfortable to carry, and easy to work out of.

The camera is a Hasselblad 503cx. I have four lenses for it.

Zeiss 50mm CF-FLE Distagon
Zeiss 80mm CF Planar
Zeiss 150mm CF Sonnar
And a Vivitar 2x teleconverter. I rarely use it, because sharpness suffers, but it has been useful at times.

I meter with a Minolta Spotmeter F, and I keep notes with a Moleskine notebook and a mechanical pencil. The pocket level keeps my shots level, and the extra long cable release helps prevent vibration. I have a Manfrotto 2011 Tripod with 3047 head that is in the trunk of my car. I use it for all of my work with the Hasselblad. I need to buy more film, those are my last four rolls, but I'm broke till I sell another print!
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That is one strack kit !
Love the old school notebook... gettin' down on the good foot taking notes on snapshots.
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Let's bring this back up:





This Benser case is shared between the Leica M4 shown and my IIIf. What's in it now:

Leica M4/Summitar, Henzo 'Monaco' notebook, shortened IUFOO hood, expired roll of Neopan SS, Gossen LunaSix 3 + spot attachment, Leica M bodycap, Parker Jotter Stainless Steel, magazine of film: Superia 200 & 400 & Tri-X 400, pair of scissors to clip leaders, 'lipstick' soft brush, Sony lens cloth, Heuer Trackmaster 8032 stop watch, light yellow, orange and dark orange filters for Summitar, Leitz cable release for IIIf.

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I am not sure about weather it is a bag or not Here my bag (!):







Leica M2 with leather case
Summicron 35mm V1 with IROOA hood and leather case
Summicron 50mm DR with googles, IROOA hood and leather case
Summicron 90mm with leather case
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and everything have their cartoon boxes.
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