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    I'm street shooting today I just taking my Canon EF with the FD 35mm f2 lens fitted, in a small Lowe Pro Top loader bag, a Gossen Digipro light meter, and a couple of rolls of Fuji Pro 400 H.
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    What's in your camera bag?

    Last week I took my Canon equipment out of my favorite bag to do some Konica shooting. I put in a black FT-1, 28/3.5 Hexanon compact, 45-100/3.5 UC Hexanon, 55/2.8 Vivitar macro, 135/2.8 Vivitar Close Focusing and Vivitar 200/3 Series 1. My friend was in from Japan and we spent the day at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. He used a black FT-1, a 28/1.8 UC Hexanon, a 50/1.4 Hexanon (2nd version) and a 45-100/3.5 UC Hexanon. I shot one roll of Ektar 100, one roll of CVS 200 and half of a second roll of CVS 200. My friend was shooting Elite Chrome 100.

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    Today I'm taking a Mamiya C330 F with standard 80mm lens, the 55mm Wide angle the lens hoods, a Gossen Digipro meter,and three rolls of 120 Ektar in a small Hama Caddy bag.
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    Today, F2A with 85/1.8 AI'd Nikkor, Nikomat FTn with 20/3.5 UD, and Nikkormat FT2 with 300/4.5 EDIF AIS Nikkor, all in a Domke F-2 bag. F2A has an expired roll of Kodak UC100 loaded, FTn is empty @ the moment, and the FT2 has a roll of Fujicolor Pro 160C in it. Will likely load a roll of Super HQ200 into the FTn, before I leave. Headed to the Juanita Bay Park in Kirkland, WA - after I hit up both Camera Clinic and Kenmore Camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    Today I'm taking a Mamiya C330 F with standard 80mm lens, the 55mm Wide angle the lens hoods, a Gossen Digipro meter,and three rolls of 120 Ektar in a small Hama Caddy bag.

    The 55mm lens is good with the 80mm lens. I had the 65mm, 80mm and 250mm and I found that the 65mm lens was too close to the 80mm. I was thinking of dumping the 65mm and getting the 55mm, but I found a better MF camera for me. I think you will really like the 55mm and 80mm combination.

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    Praktica LTL 3 with Pancolar 50/1,8 (very nice lens), Albinar 28/2,8 (so very cheap, it's almost lomo), a small beanbag and a bottle of cider... it's all I really need

    Oh, and a few rolls of APX 100... never leave the house without them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    The 55mm lens is good with the 80mm lens. I had the 65mm, 80mm and 250mm and I found that the 65mm lens was too close to the 80mm. I was thinking of dumping the 65mm and getting the 55mm, but I found a better MF camera for me. I think you will really like the 55mm and 80mm combination.

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    Thanks Steve, that's what I thought that's why I didn't buy the 65 mm, I've had my 55mm W/A, and all my Mamiya C gear for more than twenty years and it's all worked faultlessly, I find I can get the camera 55, 80 and 180 lenses in a much smaller bag than I could get any other medium format system made in.
    My favourite lenses because I'm a portrait enthusiast are the 80, the 135 and the 180.
    Last edited by benjiboy; 06-27-2010 at 09:23 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    I got my M2 with the CV 35/1.4 and a case full of APX100 and some Fuji Presto for when the sun goes down.

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    What's in my camera bag? Um, cameras :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1994 View Post
    What's in my camera bag? Um, cameras :P
    Now there is de man! Right to the point with no stinkin' boring details!

    Steve
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