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Old 11-10-2012   #51
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more bags than cameras.

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Old 11-10-2012   #52
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This is my daily bag today. Sorry for the grainy pic. Due to ipad and sleepless night shot.
I just got a zorki 4 ,which is the same age as me, 1963, so it is with me, also the little Samsung Nv10 is always close by for mostly remembering things at work, and snapshots. My Ipad lives in a cover from an old book. There is also room for reading glasses, a notebook etc.
The bag is very personal, it is a first aid bag I inherited from my father who worked at the Norwegian Polar Research Institute. This bag has been on various polar expeditions, mainly to Svalbard.

I also have a similar military bag from my days at art college, which is full of a Nikon FE with a 35mm and a tele zoom. Etc. The rest of the stuff lives in boxes in the closet.
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Old 11-10-2012   #53
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I own a few bags and depending on what I'm gonna shoot switch it up. For today, it was hunting down a Maybeck in the Berkeley Hills.

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Old 11-11-2012   #54
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You guys are way too observant.
And no, you do not want to know.

Vance, your snaps are impressive.

Thanks. Appreciate the feedback, and saving my mind from telling me about the lube
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Old 11-11-2012   #55
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Fun thread! About to go on a company retreat in Santa Barbara tomorrow... here's what I'm packing. Just realized after I took the photo that I was missing an extra battery.
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Old 11-11-2012   #56
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This weekend I have in a bag a Leica M8 with rigid Summicron 50/2 plus an M9 with a Kobalux 28/3.5.
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Old 11-11-2012   #57
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Fun thread! About to go on a company retreat in Santa Barbara tomorrow... here's what I'm packing. Just realized after I took the photo that I was missing an extra battery.
Curious about that detachable neck strap. Any hints on who makes what? I use the Gordy wrist strap. Thanks
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Old 11-11-2012   #58
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The shoulder strap is also Gordy's. I just add on the quick disconnect myself, it's detailed in a post [HERE].
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Thanks. Great idea. I will see if op tech still makes those connectors with the nylon cords.
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Old 11-12-2012   #60
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Hi,

several forums online have threads on camera bag contents and I've noticed RFF doesn't have one. It's nice to see people's camera's and lenses, but the combination of different gear often tells even more.

What's in your bag?
Rangefinder bag (a variation of the old Tenba 995 from about 20 or 25 years ago):

Two S3 bodies, R2S body,
Voigtlander 21, & 25, Nikon 28, 35, 85, 105, 135 lenses.

motorized Nikon F body
Nikkor 180 2.8 lens

Minolta Flashmeter III
a couple of neutral density filters, and a ton of mostly 100 ISO colour slide film.

I don't carry the bag, but take what I want and load up my vest's pockets, and leave the rest in the bag in the trunk.

No photos, cause my stuff looks pretty much like everyone else's.
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Old 11-12-2012   #61
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Ah, always fun to explode and show a bag's content as was just packing for tomorrow. Leica X1, M8 and M4-P, Leica viewfinder 35mm, idem 21-28mm, Leica summicron 35mm asph, elmarit 28mm asph, Canon LTM 50mm f/1.2, CV 25mm, some Kodak Portra160, a Prixcolor lightmeter, spare batteries, straps, cards, mini tripod. And most amazingly it all fits into the ThinkTank retrospective 5.


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Old 11-12-2012   #62
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Hi everyone,

This is my bag from holidays in September.
Leica M4-P with Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.4
Leica Minilux two days after this shot it shows me E02
Konica Big Mini
Polaroid Land Camera 100

band of films APX, Neopan, Tri-x, Velvia, Provia, Superia

Bag is a hip-bag from my friend Blahol

photo was taken with iphone the only "digital camera" which I have actually.

And last but not least, some photos from this trip you can see here
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Old 11-12-2012   #63
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I don't know how a lot of you are carrying so much crap. Multiple cameras?? I don't see the point. This is what I had in my bag this past weekend, shooting in San Francisco.

Oly 35RC with 2 spare rolls of Edu Ultra 400
Spare batteries
Wipes
Ipod
2 stop ND filter

The bag is a Keen Harker 10"
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Old 11-12-2012   #64
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...something to eat...and leica m6+50mm summicron+film...
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Old 11-12-2012   #65
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I've been thinking of doing a bag shot for a while, but usually I don't use a bag, and when I do it is mostly because I might have to (like it's big chance of rain etc). And in those cases I usually carry a bag full of air and a camera. Sometimes when I use my SLR I might carry an extra macro lens.

One thing I wonder though, what's with everyone carrying a knife?
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Old 11-13-2012   #66
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... a Kobalux 28/3.5.
Great to hear about those non-Leica (non-CV) M-mount lenses.
They are very hard to come by here in Germany.
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Nice to see someone else likes the look one gets from bulbs. I also have quite a few, clear, blue, and IR. Getting expensive to come by on ebay. I have never tried to buy from the two companies (if they still do) who still sell them.

Have you, or have you gleaned them from ebay?
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Old 11-15-2012   #68
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Have you, or have you gleaned them from ebay?
No, I solicit retired photographers and check ads on Craig's List.

I use flashbulbs, my event photography is illuminated by them.
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Old 11-15-2012   #69
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My small kit. I think I paid $12.99 for this pack and it's been all over with me. It's great, because it is so unobtrusive. I can wear it slug over my shoulder or across my chest. Slung around the waist it disappears under clothing and takes the weight off your back. On some occasions I've managed to squeeze an additional M body and lens in there...

My other set up is a now well worn green Billingham L2 that easily takes 2 x M bodies and a Nikon F2 or F2, plus extra lenses and other goodies.
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Old 11-18-2012   #70
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My rangefinders fits very well in a chinese bag, bought it on ebay. M6, IIIc and the M4 belong to Helen H before it landed in Norway. Sekonic L308s, b&w film from Ilford, and Portra 160/400 if colors.



My Domke F6 contains a Nikkor 80-200 f/2.8, Nikon F100, Nikon FE2, Nikon FE, Hasselblad 500 cm, Sekonic L-308s.




I mostly carry my favourite cameras/lenses on my shoulders, the M6 with 35mm summicron and FE2 with a 105 f/2.5, great combo.
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Old 11-23-2012   #71
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Domke F6 Bag:
Nikon S2, 21mm.35mm.50mm. ( 105mm if needed specifically )
Pentax MX; 50mm. ( 200mm. if needed specifically )

Thus option of most suitable camera type for individual subjects.
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Old 11-24-2012   #72
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At this instant, on the way home on the metro in Washington DC:

- Leica MP black
- 35 mm summilux 1.4 FLE
- 75mm f2 summicron
- 21mm 1.4 Summilux
- 21mm Zeiss finder
- iPhone 5
- 5 rolls Kodak p3200 (3 of them exposed)
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think tank retro 7...fuji x-pro1/x-e1/18/2/35/1.4...batteries/cleaning cloths, ipad mini/business cards/room for one more lens...
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Old 11-24-2012   #74
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There are a lot of bags in this thread that I want :
Looking at all the gear that goes in them, they must be like the TARDIS - bigger on the inside than the outside.
Presumably they also have Timelord technology that allows them to weight under 4lbs. regardless of how much gear is put in them.
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Old 11-25-2012   #75
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