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Old 02-13-2017   #81
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Old 02-13-2017   #82
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Old 02-13-2017   #83
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Hmm. Same stuff that's been in it for a while: Leica M-D, Summilux 35, Summitar-M 75, a few small accessories (SD card adapter for iPad, cables, spare battery, etc.).

My other grab'n'go bag has the Leica SL + SL24-90 in it with similar small accessories.
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Old 02-13-2017   #84
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I'm trying a new system, no bag. All my gear is on shelves in a cabinet and I'll pluck which ever I want to play with and go from there. In the event that I want to take a choice of lenses, I have a belly bag that will hold three and an extra battery.
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Hmm. Same stuff that's been in it for a while: Leica M-D, Summilux 35, Summitar-M 75, a few small accessories (SD card adapter for iPad, cables, spare battery, etc.).

My other grab'n'go bag has the Leica SL + SL24-90 in it with similar small accessories.
Nothing wrong with that!
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Old 03-15-2017   #86
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I don't like to carry much, and I don't really like most camera bags... so it's a Crumpler Skivvy (Small) with:

Monochrom + 35mm f/2.5 Color Skopar
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Old 03-15-2017   #87
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When I shoot upscale venues, I usually put two X-Pro1 bodies in a leather messenger bag. One body with a 23mm f/1.4 and the other with a 56mm f/1.2 Fuji lens and a divider between them.

Also in the bag are two extra batteries, two extra memory cards, and a custom white balance tool (like an ExpoDisc). A small flash unit is an optional extra item.


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Old 03-15-2017   #88
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In my bag...

1. M10 ,Cron 35/2 ASPH
2. Ricoh GR II or M4P


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Old 03-15-2017   #90
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1. M10 ,Cron 35/2 ASPH
2. Ricoh GR II or M4P


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M10! Black or chrome?

I'm presently in St John, with the GRD and an Olympus TG-4. No bag at all.
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Old 03-15-2017   #94
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A chrome and gold Ricoh Auto Half that's definitely over-exposing but gotta test to be sure... and a newly acquired Super Baldax that's going to be getting a good clean tonight. Miraculously considering all the rust and grime it's fully working except for a little pin that's been bent from someone forcing the door shut. Even the rangefinder's absolutely spot on. Chuffed.

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I am comparing two Summicron lenses since yesterday.
35/2 version 1 on the M9
50/2 Rigid on the M8.
Both lenses are great lenses.
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In my daily commuter backpack these days: MM1 with ZM 50 Planar and Voigtlander 90.

I'm thrilled to recently have found a camera backpack with left side access, so I don't have to take it off to remove the camera. Just swing it around like a sling bag. Terrific.

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Could you post some info on your newly found terrific camera backpack, John?
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I am comparing two Summicron lenses since yesterday.
35/2 version 1 on the M9
50/2 Rigid on the M8.
Both lenses are great lenses.

Nice setup Raid. The Summicron 32 1 is my everyday 35mm. Great lens. Found any issues with M9?


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Old 03-15-2017   #100
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Hi Marcelo,
No issues with my M9 once I changed the memory card and the frame advance option on the M9 to "standard", away from "discrete".

The 35mm/2 V1 is an excellent lens, as you know. I traded off my M2 version but I kept the M3 version with goggles.
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Old 03-15-2017   #101
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Old 03-15-2017   #102
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Wow, there's been some changes in my bag!

First off, the bag changed last week. I became concerned when I heard a 'thunk' on setting down the Tenba DNA 8. Checked the bottom padding ... pounded flat and hard, both on the case bottom and on the camera insert bottom. Not too great ... it's only a little past two years old. It's been relegated to "closet storage duty." Sad, it's a likable bag but when you see something wear out this fast compared to the other bags.

I moved the gear into the Artisan & Artist RRN-01C Sling Bag. Lovely bag to carry and nicely padded, but a bit smaller than the DNA 8. I may pull out the Black Label Bag Walker Evans Day Bag instead ... not that much larger on the outside, but much roomier inside, keep the RRN-01C as purely a shooting bag.

And then ... the Summicron-M 50mm I ordered arrived. So it has temporarily taken over prime spot on the M-D. Paired with it in the bag is the Summilux 35 v2 for the present.

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Could you post some info on your newly found terrific camera backpack, John?
Hi Raid. I use this Tamrac backpack. See the third photo.

I see it's not longer offered, but I'm sure they have newer models. I think other companies also have caught onto the value of this side access concept. Just great for the commuter/photographer, I feel.

Mine also perfectly fits my Surface Pro 4.

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Old 03-15-2017   #106
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Fuji XT-1 with 40/2.8 and Ricoh GR. I use a Timbuk2 lightweight backpack with an Ape Case insert. Not a whole lot of padding, but very comfortable and light.
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Old 03-15-2017   #109
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I forgot to mention I use a Courierware bag, which I love, in terms of aesthetics, but I have trouble putting cameras back into the bag quickly and easily when it is on my shoulder.

I like soft bags but I find they suffer from this problem. I might have to change.
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Hi Raid. I use this Tamrac backpack. See the third photo.

I see it's not longer offered, but I'm sure they have newer models. I think other companies also have caught onto the value of this side access concept. Just great for the commuter/photographer, I feel.

Mine also perfectly fits my Surface Pro 4.

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Thanks for the information, John. Your bag looks large. Isn't it heavy when fully loaded?
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Raid, his bag is huge. My Lowepro "Super Trekker" is a wee bit smaller and the airlines will not allow me to take it on as a carry on. I said on another thread just last month; that when I bought mine, I forgot to get a mule to carry it loaded. Lol
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Raid, his bag is huge. My Lowepro "Super Trekker" is a wee bit smaller and the airlines will not allow me to take it on as a carry on. I said on another thread just last month; that when I bought mine, I forgot to get a mule to carry it loaded. Lol
Your post reminded me of similar purchase. I wanted a big bag, bought a Mountainsmith Parallx. Seems ever time when out I always would find I needed that other lens or the Yashica RF. On my first walk with tripod slung over my shoulder I stopped and went to knees to shoot some wild flowers, dropped tripod, took off back pack and took the photos. Put backpack back on, left tripod on ground to pickup. Started up to knees and fell slowly over backwards just managing to roll on over to side. Luckily no one around LOL! Bag is storage or when working out of truck.

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My current Kipling camera backpack is tiny. I can barely insert M8 and M9, each with one lens. It is very practical for long walks. Here, I have two M 4/3 cameras with one lens each. When traveling, I take a larger sized camera bag, and I stick this small camera backpack in the camera bag. Then, when taking walks, I use the small backpack.
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Due to some recent health issues, I've not been carrying around a bag at all...just a camera and lens when I go out. I mentioned my small, lightweight bag earlier so I thought I would share the contents of my medium sized bag, right now that's a Think Tank City Walker 20. It's pretty simple really--a pair of Fuji X-Pro1 bodies with Fuji 23/2 and 35/2 attached and a Fuji X-E2S with 14/2.8. I also toss in a 60/2.4 sometimes although it doesn't get a lot of use. And I recently obtained a used Leica tabletop tripod and Leica ballhead that fits perfectly and takes up little space although I'm not sure I'll find much use for it--a spur of the moment purchase. A few spare batteries, LensPen and backup SD cards completes the outfit.

I haven't tried it yet but I'm thinking I could fit the 3 camera/lens combinations into my old Billlingham Hadley Pro if I leave out the 60mm and the Leica tripod. I like the Think Tank bag but I've used that Hadley bag for so long I sorta miss it these days.
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