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Old 01-04-2017   #41
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I'm using a domke F5xb:

Leica M3 with DR Summicron 50/2.0 loaded with Eastman 5222
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Old 01-04-2017   #42
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Not much... pen, small notepad, cable release, microfiber cloth, spare AAA batteries for noise-canceling headset. Oh, a small tin of dark chocolates! That's about it, I don't store camera gear in the bag, used only for travel. It's an old LowePro Nova 4...
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Old 01-04-2017   #43
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Right now my bags are all empty! I'll throw something in when i'll go out to take a few pics!
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Old 01-04-2017   #44
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Old 01-04-2017   #45
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Always a M6TTL ready with lux 35 asph , loaded with Fujicolor 200 rated @ 100 iso , sometimes naked ( the camera that is ) ( on foot or bicycle ) , sometimes in a Zing bag when I'm on a motorbike or Vespa . At other times with more gear (not often ) I use a Domke F2 .
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Well I have borrowed a Sigma DP 0-q a fixed 21mm lens camera that is going to be used today. Wish me luck.
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Old 01-04-2017   #47
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Kodak No.2 Hawkette, loaded with Fomapan 100

I have a Kodak No 2 sat on the shelf behind me.
I`ve never seen another one.

Sadly the bellows are shot on mine.
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Old 01-04-2017   #48
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Today's film set: M6TTL .58 with Canadian 35mm pre-asph Summicron; M6TTL .85 with Canadian 50 Summicron, 90 Elmarit, and 21 4.5 Zeiss. Also a couple of extra rolls of HP5+ and a Nikon flash. Outside the bag is a Nikon F-3 with MD4 and 180 2.8 Ai lens. Then there's the work bag with Canon DSLR stuff. That's why there's no extra room in the truck cab.
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Old 01-04-2017   #49
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No bag. IIIg in my pocket with a Jupiter-12 with Tri-X loaded and an extra roll in my inner jacket pocket.
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Old 01-04-2017   #50
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Just got this one in the mail yesterday. From a dead donor Yashica T. I'm a huge Tessar fan. This one will get a lot of use!
Very, very cool! The Tessar was/is available in M mount? LTM mount? Or Has someone re-machined & adapted it to Leica mount?
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Old 01-04-2017   #51
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Very, very cool! The Tessar was/is available in M mount? LTM mount? Or Has someone re-machined & adapted it to Leica mount?
It's a Miyazaki converted Yashica T4/5 lens into a housing that mounts on either LTM or M mount depending on what you ask for.
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Old 01-04-2017   #52
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Old 01-04-2017   #53
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Old 01-04-2017   #54
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Old 01-04-2017   #55
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Just walked home from dropping off the car for an electrical system check, battery is draining. The A&A bag with an M9 and 50/2 v4 summicron and the 667W. Haven't changed much.
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Old 01-04-2017   #56
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Old 01-04-2017   #57
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Just got this one in the mail yesterday. From a dead donor Yashica T. I'm a huge Tessar fan. This one will get a lot of use!
This is at the top of my "to get" list, if only ebay had these readily...
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Old 01-04-2017   #58
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Old 01-04-2017   #59
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Old 01-04-2017   #60
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Voigtlander Bessa R3A with Canon 50mm f1.4 LTM attached
Voigtlander Skopar 21mm f4 LTM lens
Komura 28mm f3.5 LTM lens
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Old 01-04-2017   #61
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Still the Zenit 3 loaded with Agfa C200 film
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and Gossen Lunasix F or Gossen Digisix

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Old 01-04-2017   #62
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Old 01-20-2017   #63
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I cycle through cameras as fast as anyone, always looking for new experiences, and once I use a camera, absorb all I can from it, I'll either keep it as permanent or go onto the next. My permanent system is centered around the Leicaflex SL camera. I'm a little bored of those now, having shot them exclusively for the last 5-6 years, and I'm playing around with some early Kiev/Contax rangefinders. Love the high contrast viewfinders.

My girlfriend is totally different. What she gets a camera it's like a black hole -- it never leaves. But then she's medium format and we know about those people.
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Old 02-07-2017   #64
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A buddy is letting me borrow his Widelux for a while. Not pictured: trusty Domke F3XB.

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Old 02-07-2017   #65
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Old 02-07-2017   #66
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Rb67, c33 and lenses as well as portra. Worst part is i had to cycle 2 miles to the location. I feel like my legs will drop off
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Old 02-07-2017   #67
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My bag looks the same every day:
  • Green canvas shoulder bag with Domke insert
  • Leica M4 + 21/3.4 Super Angulon
  • Leica M4 + 50/2 "rigid"
  • Gossen Digisix light meter
  • 10 rolls of unexposed FP4 in a white Japan Camera Hunter film case
  • Empty red Japan Camera Hunter film case for the exposed films
  • #24 red filter for the 21 SA (for dramatic skies)
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Old 02-07-2017   #68
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My almost absurdly tiny Manfrotto shoulder bag currently contains my M2 with Collapsible 50/2 Summitar, 35mm f/2.5 Color Skopar and 85mm f/2 Serenar, all on LTM adapters, plus 4 rolls of film (Color and BW mix.)
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Old 02-07-2017   #69
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In my "film" shoulder bag currently sits :

- Unloaded Canon 7 (working selenium meter that seems to match my incident meter most the time)
- Canon 50mm f/1.8 attached (type 6, Serenar optics, but newer alloy casing/body, 8 blade aperture, curved inward)
- Metal body and rear LTM lens cap from the original canon lens/body.
- Plastic FSU rear LTM cap
- Spare 312 batteries (for my hearing aids, I do the same in my digital bag)
- Pilot G2 gel pen
- Pad (either ancient officemax memo pad, or Rhodia pad, habit since they're both fountain pen friendly)
- Couple Lens pens
- White wash cloth (either as a lens, or camera wrap when stacking inside the bag, or to help with the cold)
- Minolta Auto Meter IVf (incident meter for ambient, and corded/non-corded flash/strobe)
- 20 Inch shutter release cable
- 135-36 Ilford HP5+ 400
- 135-36 Kodak Tri-X 400
- 2x 135-36 Foma Retropan 320
- 135-36 Ilford FP4+ 125
- 135-36 Kodak TMax P3200 (exp 2004, expose at 400 or 800)
- 135-24 Kodak Ultratec (ISO 3 Orthochromatic, rolled from bulk)
- Canon Serenar (1951) 35mm f/2.8 (this lens tends to go back and forth from my Canon 7, to being adapted onto my Olympus E-M5 mirrorless)

My 'digital' backpack tends to gets quite a bit more loaded.
But film wise it might hold the overflow such as my Univex Mercury II half frame camera in conjunction with the other stuff.
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Old 02-07-2017   #70
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Leica M2 with 35mm Nokton. Film and L308s.
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In my 'Tecno medium bag' (which I'd say is actually small):

1 Hoya hmc green filter.
1 Hoya Yellow-Green filter.
1 46mm slotted metal lens hood.
1 Ricoh 500gx in its never-ready case, with Lomog. 400 asa colour film.
1 blower-brush.
3 film canisters, 2 with Lomog. Lady grey 400 asa film.

I'm havng to use my gossen variosix f lightmeter in a seperate small case as the 500gx has practically used up the weincell battery I got, and done this within about the first 20 frames of the first film I put through it and the 'medium' case is too small to have that it it as well.
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Old 02-07-2017   #72
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From my recent axquisition, I have a miint 1968 Oly Trip 35, a Konica c35 and a Minolta Hi-Matic F, all in my bag They are all with fresh film loaded and ready for some street shooting in Princeton tomorrow.
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MM246, 35mm Summicron ASPH, 50mm Summicron, 90mm Elmarit, filters, notebook, pen and Leica polariser.
It all fits nicely into a Billingham Leica Combination M bag.

However, I may as well take the polariser out at the moment as its as grey as a grey thing.

In my Small Hadley I have a M240, MATE, 21mm Zeiss 2.8 and 90mm macro Elmar.
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No bag, just a sling. I'm slinging around a MP/35 Summicron. I'm a little tired of hauling around bags lately, my two-year-old is enough to carry.
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A buddy is letting me borrow his Widelux for a while. Not pictured: trusty Domke F3XB.

What kind of strap is that on the Widelux?
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