These first two bags I nearly always keep at home:
Canon 15mm Fisheye
Canon 24mm F1.4L
Canon 35mm F1.4L
Canon 50mm F1.2L
Canon 85mm F1.8
Canon 85mm F1.2L
Canon 135mm F2.8L
Canon 200mm F2.8L
Canon 16-35L F2.8
Canon 24-70L F2.8
Canon 70-200L F2.8 IS
Canon 100-400L F4.5 IS
This bag I take on shoots:
Canon EOS 5D Mark I DSLR, 8gb card
Canon EOS 1V SLR, with vert grip/booster, 36 Exp Tri-X loaded
Canon 580ex Flash, with Omni-bounce diffuser.
5 more rolls of Tri-X film
ND Grad filter
14 extra AA batteries
GPS device (Garmin Oregon 400t)
Never more then three total lenses, and which lenses I take are dependent upon what I'll be shooting. Nine times out of ten I bring just 2 primes.
Last edited by SilverGlow; 02-08-2010 at 11:55 AM. Click to view previous post history.
Coming back home to my film roots. Canon EOS-3 SLR, Canon EOS 1V SLR, 580ex flash, and 5D DSLR shooter. Prime lens only shooter.
My main camera bag (a store-brand photo backpack) was becoming a catch-all. It took me longer to UNLOAD all the gear I didn't want to carry that day, so I stopped carrying a bag and would only carry one camera body and one lens.
Now I've switched everything into a wheeled toolchest, the red metal kind with the shallow drawers. Now all my gear is organized and accessible, and all my camera bags are empty.
That backpack is still my most-used bag, and I typically load it with an MZ-S, a K10D, a Sigma 24-135, Pentax 50/1.4, Sigma 24/2.8, Nikon SB-26 and SB-28, flash bracket, a roll of Ektar 100, Arista II (APX 400) and Superia 400, extra K10D batteries, circ pol for the 24-135 and 50, yellow filter for the 50.
My other camera is a Pentax
I normally use a billingham f4.5 bag with my Rolleicord Vb, lens-shade, several filters for bw and a gossen sixtomat lightmeter. For certain purposes I have a bilora bag with an Rolleicord Va, lens-shade and a hama selenium lightmeter.
Originally Posted by SilverGlow
Do Canon lenses tend to reproduce themselves if you keep two or more together?
Originally Posted by SilverGlow
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If they do, I want you to teach my Nikon and Bronica glass to do the same thing! :-D
In my grab and go bag at the moment a Canon EF camera with an FD 35-70 lens fitted loaded with Fuji Velvia 100, an FD 28mm f2.8, and a FD 20mm f2.8, a Gossen Digipro meter, two spare rolls of Velvia 100,one roll of Fuji Pro 400X and a few filters.
Canon 50 f1.8
cheap 28 f2.8
cheap 80-200 f5.6
cheap 28-70 f3.5/5.6-usually mounted
Canon 199A Speedlite w/diffuser
some film-currently B&W
Weston master II
I usually just carry the camera with the 28-70 mounted,filters,meter,film and notepad/pen.
At the moment, there is a Nikon F2A with 50/1.4 AI Nikkor and MD-1/MB-1 motor drive looking like it's trying to climb out of the bag. The rest of the gear in the bag is:
50/2 Nikkor-H AI'd
85/1.8 Nikkor AI'd
200/4 Nikkor AI
Nikon MC-10 remote release
Nikon AR-2 cable release with AR-8 adapter
Wideangle adapter for 285HV
Plus some other miscellaneous stuff, including a Westcott Micro Apollo softbox
Bag is an olive Domke F-2.
APUG: F5, F3HP, F2AS, Nikomat FT2, FTn, Nikkormat EL, FT
Nikkors: 18-55/3.5-5.6G AF-S DX (f/D2x), 20/3.5 UD, 24/2.8 AI, 50/2 AI, 50/2 H, 50/1.4 S, 55/2.8 Micro AIS, 85/1.8 K, 180/2.8 PC
- My flickr stream
Wow! what a topic, just modifying my travel bag for my upcomming trip to the phillipines this month. But my basic loads for my two bags always ready to go are;
My get up and go bag: has a Nikon F100, 35 - 70 2.8 D, 80 - 200 2.8 D, SB - 80, 5 rolls FP4, 5 rolls Delta 400 in zip lock baggies, Black electrical Tape, batteries, note pad, Business cards, model and property releases.
Travel bag: RZ67PROII, AE Prisim finder, 110mm, 140 macro, 250mm, #1 & #2 extension tubes, (4) 120 mags, ND/green/red/yellow etc; filters, Film Delta 400, FP4, PanF 50, cable release, light meter, Black electrical Tape, batteries, note pad, Business cards, model and property releases.