What’s in your bag?

Updated on November 22, 2019 in Equipment
25 on June 14, 2017

fun idea: post a photograph of what is in your camera bag. Be creative and have fun 🙂

 
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0 on June 14, 2017

My bag for Saigon: Ricoh GR II x ERIC KIM STRAP, iPod Nano, 100% cacao nibs and chocolate, no sugar. 

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0 on June 15, 2017

Nice!  Your table is all dressed up with it’s bow-tie also.  Nibs and a camera.  All seems to be in order.

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1 on June 17, 2017

I see these nicely curated pictures on JCH from time to time and I think either “where is all the crap?” Or “damn, they’ve got a strong back!” So, I though I might put things in this photo that o think I should be taking with me and thought…”nah, I’ll just dump it out and see what I find…”. Looks like this.

on June 17, 2017

I love the ‘real’ look of your photo!

 

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0 on June 17, 2017

Here’s an ultra minimalist day. What’s in my bag in Saigon 🙂

 

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Small Domke bag with:
– Leica M9 CDD + Summicron 35 Asph / 2x battery 2x memory card
– Leica SF24D flash
– Sun glasses, paper, pen and with my visiting cards

on June 23, 2017

Oh ,I love the card holder. 

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0 on June 23, 2017

All I need, iPad (shot on), iPod nano, and Ricoh GR II

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0 on June 23, 2017

My film kit that covers all bases for the day:

Fuji Klasse W with self-made leather case (Natura 1600) – 28mm/f2.8 (like a Ricoh with AF, “snap focus” at fixed distance)

Leica AF-C1 (Neopan 400) – dual lens: 40mm/2.8 and 80mm/5.6

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0 on June 24, 2017

x100f or MP/35mm 1.4, sometimes both if away for a couple of days. Just getting used to the MP, its quite heavy. Both on neck straps as I’m still using crutches to get about so need my hands free.

Spare batteries, film, sd cards, lens / lcd cloth. Tool key chain. And most importantly, a photo of my sweetheart with or first dog as a puppy, at a place that’s special to us both.

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1 on June 30, 2017

Traveling so this basically, and a 90 and 50 APO
Oh, and a Sofort and RICOH GR in my pocket 🙂

on June 30, 2017
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0 on June 30, 2017

And back up

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0 on December 3, 2017

Contents:

  • Billingham for Leica
  • Leica Q TITANIUM
  • Leica Flash SF24D
  • A backup battery for the Leica Q
  • Ricoh GRII, light, compact and fast camera to bring everywhere.
  • iPhone 7 pink stolen at my wife with earphones.
  • Vintage Kanda Slimfold reading glasses with case made in Japan.
  • Sketch Book
  • Kaweco Sport Classic. A pocket fountain pen which could be carried everywhere.
  • Lucky charm, Mini Zippo U.S.
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0 on December 5, 2017

Nothing fancy actually.

  • cheap Nikon body + basic 35 mm 1.8 prime lens
  • pair of shooting tactical gloves
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0 on December 6, 2017

my portable photo and music studio 🙂

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0 on January 2, 2018

I don’t have a pic handy but may i list instead?
Sony R1, Canon 5Dc, Oly EP2, XPro1 (LX3 in my coat pocket); 28, 30, 35, 45, 50s, 55 or 58 lenses on the cams depends; Vivitar 283, SC17 sync cable, spare Canon battery. Hat, gloves, scarf.

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0 on May 1, 2019

An SLR or rangefinder and a couple rolls of Delta 400.

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0 on September 10, 2019

it is very nice, i like it run 3 online

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0 on September 26, 2019
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1 on November 20, 2019

Wow! Fantastic set of images. 

on November 20, 2019

Wow! Fantastic set of images. 

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0 on November 22, 2019

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0 on November 22, 2019

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