The big bag is
Canon EOS 10
Canon Sureshot Z135
The MF Bag
Carl Zeiss 28mm
Still looking for a body to go with the MF bag but they fit the Canons with adaptors
I don't really like camera bags so I was surprised when I worked out that I owned about ten of them.
They get used to keep things in at home but when I go out I usually carry the camera without a bag as I used to end up with the camera in my hand and carrying an empty bag.
My one exception to this is a small canvas bag for which I made a polystyrene and cardboard insert to carry my Minolta XE-1 and three lenses. The best thing about it is that it doesn't look anything like a camera bag (and it cost about £4).
It was my intention to make other inserts for other cameras but I have not done this yet.
How very dare you ask what's in my bag, I'm a LADY!
No not that bag, your camera bag.
Everyday, I carry in my office bag:
-personal stuff (mobile, wallet, keys,…)
-Ricoh GRDIII (quick shots of products, macro, grab shots on the way)
-Nikon D3 or Leica M6 with 2 rolls, when the evening is not set
For casual walks around the city I carry in an old washed out cotton satchel:
-Nikon D3 or Leica M6 (very rarely with max one more lens)
For going out not specifically for taking photographs:
-Ricoh GRDIII with one spare battery - no bag needed
Usually one body and 1-2 lenses at the most. It could be 4x5, 5x7, 35mm or digital. If I take an 8x10 out I don't put it in a bag.
lets have a look in there,
gum, earplugs, 3 year old travel insurance policy, exotic beer labels, dried up pens, rubber bands, one cable tie, expired internet dongle thingy, 0.25mm pipettes (x3), 2 condoms and a LED Lenser
Depends on which bag.... but always carry a lenspen, paper/pen to write stuff down, specs, and at least 2 cameras- one SLR and one compact...