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  1. #111
    Chaplain Jeff's Avatar
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    MY RANGEFINDER SETUP
    Leica M5
    Minolta CLE
    Rokkor-M 28mm, f/2.8
    Leica Summicron DR 50mm, f/2



    MY SLR SETUP
    Minolta 570 w/ MD-1
    Minolta XE-7
    Nikon F3HP
    Rokkor 28mm, f/2
    Minolta 70-210mm, f/4
    Nikkor 58mm, f/1.2
    Minolta 360 PX w/ PG2 Flash
    Jeff M


    M3, M5, CLE, Minolta XE7, Minolta Maxxum 9, Minolta Maxxum 9000, Nikon F3HP, etc., etc.

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    Lowepro Pro Trekker AW:

    Canon EOS-1V w/Kirk Enterprises L-plate/bracket
    Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
    Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM (still need to get a 67mm circular polarizer and 81-A for this lens)
    Canon TC-80N3
    77mm B+W circular polarizer
    77mm B+W 81-A
    Singh-Ray 2-stop and 3-stop soft graduated neutral density filters
    Delta 8X10" gray card

    Jared

  3. #113
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    I've got a few setups. 2 small bags, one with a Nikon 8008s with a 35-135 zoom and a yellow filter and one with a Nikon 6006 with a 24mm. I usually have Tri-X and Provia in both bags.

    Then lately I have been shooting with Calumet CC-400 with a 210mm Symmar convertible and a 135mm Zeiss Tessar, Gossen Luna Pro SBC, film, holders, loupe, dark cloth, changing bag, etc. The coolest thing about the camera is the case, which is the deluxe aluminum case. I have everything in the case and ready to go. I often leave the setup in the trunk. I have a Sinar Aplina which is a great camera, but the Calumet was cheap and makes a great car camera. What I really need is an old beat up tripod, since I don't like leaving my carbon fiber Gitzo in the car.



    Roger

  4. #114
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    Usually one F3 with a 35mm f1.4 and a 50mm f1.4 or a 24mm f2 . Sometimes a light meter is in the Domke.
    My other bag is an old WW2 canvas bag and it usually has one beat up F3 with a 28-70 mm on it. Less is more.
    Extra rolls of Tri X, but not too many.

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    Lately it's been an F100 with 28 f/2.8, a Bronica ETRS with 75 f/2.8, a couple rolls of Velvia and Acros 100.

  6. #116

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    Nikon N90
    18-55
    55-200 VR w/ hood
    (Yes the two are DX glass, carryovers from my D40, but I can't afford new glass at the moment and I rather like their vignetting effects. They also don't vignette at the long end)
    Spare film
    Lens tissue
    Reciprocity chart for Ilford Pan-F, HP5+, and FP4+
    Sharpie for making notes on canisters
    Spare piece of film (for leader extraction via licking)
    Really crappy grad ND filter

    All in a small blue lunch cooler.

  7. #117
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    I don't even have a camera bag. I have an old .50 cal. ammo can with a darkcloth, light meter, loupe, film holders, filters, cable releases, and a lens cloth, that I take with me when I shoot with my LF. I have a roll of Tri-x and a roll of 400VC both in 120 in my night stand for my mamiya 7.

  8. #118
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    crown + lanther APO + yellow filter

    + 8x10 home made camera + 210mm schneider

  9. #119
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    Yashica-Mat
    Minolta flash meter
    Tri-X and 400NC

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    I have one bag that's always ready to go: the Domke F4 bag which holds the RB67 with 65mm and 127mm lenses. Most of my 35mm and digital stuff moves around my office space as needed but the RB is always packed, and the tripod is always waiting in the trunk of the car.



 

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