Tamrac Backpack that holds
F100 or N90s
50mm AI f/1.4
105mm AI f/2.5 or 100mm Series E f/2.8
35mm AF f/2
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MY RANGEFINDER SETUP
Rokkor-M 28mm, f/2.8
Leica Summicron DR 50mm, f/2
MY SLR SETUP
Minolta 570 w/ MD-1
Rokkor 28mm, f/2
Minolta 70-210mm, f/4
Nikkor 58mm, f/1.2
Minolta 360 PX w/ PG2 Flash
M3, M5, CLE, Minolta XE7, Minolta Maxxum 9, Minolta Maxxum 9000, Nikon F3HP, etc., etc.
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)
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
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.
crown + lanther APO + yellow filter
+ 8x10 home made camera + 210mm schneider
Minolta flash meter
Tri-X and 400NC