EDC - EveryDay Carry
Old 07-12-2018   #1
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Oops I forgot a camera.
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I think we had a thread like this about a year ago. It got shut down because fujilove turned it into pro/anti edc knife thread. Beware.
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Old 07-12-2018   #4
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I think we had a thread like this about a year ago. It got shut down because fujilove turned it into pro/anti edc knife thread. Beware.

Just wait till someone posts a photo of a handgun, lol.
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Old 07-12-2018   #5
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but knives are so useful..


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Old 07-12-2018   #6
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OMG, a picture of a handgun!!!! BE STILL MY HEART
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Old 07-12-2018   #7
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Old 07-12-2018   #8
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No-one seems to carry a spare roll of film...
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Don't have a pic, but my edc loads (one for everyday, one for work):

everyday:
Apple - iPhone 7
Raven Workshop - Key Grip 2
McGizmo - Haiku (custom LED flashlight)
Big Skinny Men's Super Skinny Bi-Fold Slim Wallet
GEC - Huckleberry Boy's Knife with ebony scales (low humidity days since it's carbon steel)
Chris Reeves - Mnandi with snakewood scales (high humidity days since it's stainless steel and titanium)
Leica M4 or M6 (for years it was paired with 35 Summicron ASPH but lately it's been 35 Summilux pre-asph)



work (teaching):
all of the above (with exception of the M4/M6) plus
Stowa - Flieger (watch)
Conid Bulkfiller with titanium EF nib (fountain pen) - almost always filled with an iron gall ink (old formula Mont Blanc Midnight Blue, Platinum Blue-Black, or Rohrer und Klingner Salix)
Lamy 2000 ballpoint pen
Lamy 2000 0.7 mechanical pencil
Pentel Kerry 0.7 mechanical pencil
Olympus Trip 35
Apple - Macbook Air
all packed in: Saddleback Leather Briefcase (large)
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Just wait till someone posts a photo of a handgun, lol.
Would that be Every Day (Concealed) Carry?
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Would that be Every Day (Concealed) Carry?
Some places allow Open Carry now.
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Old 07-13-2018   #12
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Okay, I'll play, but I'm not gonna lay it all out for inspection. Yes, there's a camera in there! No spare roll of film but I'm sure there's a spare SD card in there somewhere. Sorry, no weapons, not my thing.

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Darlings,

For a while, when I was assigned the magistrate office, I used nothing but an X100 and a wifi SD card that sent all pictures to my iphone.

I don't remember the name of the SD card. It was the orange colour.

The phone is used as the light table.

I write the caption, write the copy, and transmit everything to the editors from the phone.

Splendido!!

I think also that I see a snub nosed something in DavidNewtonGuitars' post.... ;-)

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Does the Bren gun count if it's mounted on the FWD and not carried normally because of the weight?

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Does the Bren gun count if it's mounted on the FWD and not carried normally because of the weight?

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No man bag here. For me the camera must fit in a pocket.
A small lightweight pocketable 35, preferably a "capsule" type camera.
Also I try to buy only jackets that have an inside chest pocket.

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usually it's a camera slung on a shoulder with a roll of film in the pocket. if i do take a bag, it's usually the following:



the iphone is useful for ultra low light metering (not pictured). yes, a water bottle is a necessity during the texas summer.
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This is what I carry every day on the motorbike, but not sitting on the tank while going. It's in a bum-bag. M6 with Elmar-M 50/2.8:

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Old 07-15-2018   #19
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Interesting replies so far but:-


Car Keys - None,
House Keys - None,
Clean Handkerchief - None and
Money as Coins - None.


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This. All goes in a small shoulder bag that I nearly always carry.


The corroded item at the bottom is a "steampunk" USB drive, and the thing at the top right is a power bank. There's a torch and screwdriver attached to my penknife – our American cousins may know that guns are illegal in the UK, but may be unaware we have very strict knife laws too, hence my tiny one (no knife longer than 3 inches in public, plus anything not a utility (e.g. kitchen) knife is illegal).


Note: no camera. I used to always carry a compact one, but phones are now so good that there's no point!



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Wow. Do you all actually carry all that every day? A knife? A flashlight?

I carry a phone, 2 keys, 1 debit card, my licence, and some lose notes and coins if I have them. I wear a watch (does that count as a carry?) No other camera, no wallet, definitely no knife (I keep a pocket knife in my 4WD). What else do I need on a daily basis?
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Wow. Do you all actually carry all that every day? A knife? A flashlight?
All fits easily in a small shoulder bag - plus iPad, a camera and a bottle of water, if I want. On days I don’t want to carry my bag, everything bar the power bank fits into my jeans or jacket pocket without being bulky or weighing me down. To be fair, the penknife is only a couple of inches long, and the torch tiny.

Everything I carry regularly is stuff I’ve too frequently regretted not having on me in the past. I’d be rich if I were paid by everyone’s who’s borrowed my penknife - actually a Swiss army knife including screwdrivers, bottle opener and even tweezers!
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I thought this thread was about every day carry with photographic equipment.
Every day carry without a dedicated camera is keys, wallet, phone.
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Ignoring the mundane and domestic items; the things I carry around when I go out for leisure (a walk beside the river or through the woods) are usually a camera (Panasonic LX5) and binoculars (Zeiss 10 x 25).

Now and then I take a serious camera; meaning large and heavy and then all the wildlife vanishes. Take the LX5 and we trip over red/roe deer and so on...

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