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    No, but I do always carry a good pocket camera.

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    Mamiya 7 with one lens attached (usually the 80); 50 and 150 lenses; assorted ND and B&W filters; cable release (not sure why since this camera is always hand held); assorted rolls of film (400TMY2 or a Portra); lens cleaning cloth.

    All this goes into a Domke F6 or a Bare Bones 2
    shoulder bag with room to spare.
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    I have a small Lowepro bag with my Hasselblad 503cw and 80mm CFE lens, Pentax digital spotmeter or Sekonic L-358, an orange filter, and 5 rolls of Kodak tmax 400.

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    i have a few...

    speed graphic fiber box
    loaded film holders + pacemaker speed
    seconic meter
    10" tele
    15" tele
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    im empty, good luck

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    Too many bags, and not enough time to use them all. Of these, Bags #2 & #3 get the most use.

    Bag #1: Mamiya 645 Pro TL; 80/2.8, 45/2.8, and 150/3.5 lenses. 2x converter. Sekonic 308 meter.

    Bag #2: Nikon F3HP, 28/2.8 AIS, 50/1.4 AIS, and 105/2.5 AIS Lenses. A couple of filters.

    Bag #3: Leica M7 with 50/2 Summicron; Vivitar 2800 Flash; Canon G10 P&S.

    Bag #4: Nikon F100; 50/1.8 AF-D, 24/2.8 AF-D, 85/1.8 AF-D Lenses; SB-80 Flash.

    Bag #5: Nikon D70 DSLR with stock zoom lens.

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    Like many others, I too have several camera bags. As of now, I have an old LowePro bag that holds all my Nikon gear and a small bag for my Minota gear.

    The Nikon bag contains my FM body, a 135/2.6, a 80-200/3.8, a stock 50/1.4, and a 28/2.8. I also like to have a couple filters and a vivitar flash included. As for Misc. stuff in there, generic rolls of 200 and 400, and a couple of reference cards.

    The Minolta bag has my XG-A, 135/2.8, and a 50/1.7 with a J.C. Penney strobe. I also have a roll of 200 and a roll of 400 included.

    In both of my bags I have a notepad w/pencil, an empty film canister, and a small Nylon bristle paintbrush for taking care of dust on the lenses.

    I'm always looking for ideas and suggestions! (and cameras hehehe )
    My weapons consist of 11 cameras. And counting... Be afraid.

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    Same as a few of the above folks, I have my equipment sorted into different bags: Canon FD, Canon EOS, and Nikon. And even then, I can't fit all of each outfit into one bag, so I have to make some decisions as to what I want to carry before I set out, or pack extra bags of gear. And none of these include a couple of long telephotos or my Metz 60CT1, which gets its own bag.

    With the Canon FD, usually I'll have two bodies, a few primes and a couple of zooms. EOS, I'll carry a 35mm body and a DSLR. I have several EF zooms. No primes yet. Nikon, I have a good assortment of both primes and zooms to bring. Depending on the situation, I might also bring one or both long telephotos I own -- a 500/5.6 or 650/6.8. They're T-mount, so I can use them with any of my systems.

    Michael

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    bag 1: OM1N, 35mm f2,8, 50mm f1.4, 100mm f2.8, TriX and Neopan 1600, red, orange, yellow and green 49mm filters with filter stacker caps.....plus a cable release and lens cloth all encased in a small Domke bag
    bag 2: Hassy with 3 backs, 80, 50, and 150mm lenses, yellow, orange and green filters, spotmeter, lots o' Acros plus 2 cable releases....all in a small Domke bag (next bigger than the Oly bag).....plus the postman pad on the strap.
    bag3: Tachihara wrapped in darkcloth, 3 lenses in a fly reel case(cable release on each), spotmeter, about 8 filmholders....all in an REI front loading backpack

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    I hate schlepping around a lot of gear, so I usually go out with only one camera. I also don't usually like to change lenses or carry around a tripod.

    A camera, a 50mm lens on it and a few rolls of film.

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    Hmm, no camera bag right now, but picking up a Pelican case strictly for transporting while cycling.
    Kodak Tri-x, Leica IIIa, 15mm super-wide Heliar f4.5[with VF mounted on Leica], Jupiter-8 50/2, Gossen Digisix.
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