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  1. #41

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    Nikon FE body
    Nikon Series E 50mm 1.8 (with hood)
    Nikon Nikkor 28mm 3.5 (with hood)
    2-stop Nuetral Density filter
    Kodak T-Max 100 and 400. Various color films to play with
    Cable release
    Lens cloth

    Future: 85 and 105mm lenses, a light meter.
    Nikon D40
    Nikon FE
    Nikon Coolpix L4
    Holga 120N

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    I have just picked up a Lowepro AW650 that holds everything (and it feels like that includes the kitchen sink!).
    EF gear is my system of choice - I shoot film for myself and d**** for business, although I have recently had inquiries from clients asking for b&w imagery for their projects as well; surprisingly not only in 35mm but also MF.

    I try hard to have some down time on shoots to shoot for myself, so that means I pack my trusty EOS-1 on every shoot. Adds to the weight, but with my assistant carrying most of the gear, I just put this baby into a smaller bag with my folder as well - gives me the option of 35mm & 6x9 in both B&W and colour too.

    So, the following gets taken on board every flight, split between two bags:

    Lowepro MiniTrekker:
    EOS-1
    28mm f2.5
    Folding 6x9 Kodak Junior
    Film: 35mm & 620

    Lowepro AW650:
    Macbook Pro 13"
    5D MKII
    17mm f3.5
    28-70 f2.8
    90mm TS f2.8
    180mm f2.8
    300 f4
    550EX
    Pocket Wizards x3
    Filters & other digital requirements

    For my MF kit, it's a GS-1 with the following:

    Body w/ AE prism
    65mm
    110mm
    Various filters, cable release etc

    Still looking for an elusive 250mm - once I have that I'll be happy with my MF kit.
    Rarely used on shoots these days, so it only comes out to play when I want to shoot for myself, which, although not often, is an absolute joy to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    Bag 1- Billingham 550 , Mamiya C330F, L grip, 55mm ,80mm, 135mm, 180mm, prism finder, Metz 45 CL4 flash Sekonic L358 meter with 1 degree spot attachment, 5 rolls of 120 film, Kodak greycard
    Bag 2- Billingham 335 , Canon F1N AE body, Canon EF body ,and FD lenses 24mm 2.8, 35mm f2, 85mm 1.8,100mm f2, 200mm f4
    Bag 3- Lowepro Stelth 100, Canon T90, FD lenses 20 mm 2.8, 35-70 3.5-4.5 zoom 70-150 zoom, Gossen Digipro lightmeter, and about five films
    Bag 3 is my walkabout bag for 35mm,and if I want to just carry the Mamiya with just the 80mm standard lens or the 55mm wide angle as I often do, I have the ERC for it, or a small Hama Caddy bag that will hold my Mamiya and the 55mm 80mm and 180 mm lenses, plus a meter and film.
    Oh, I just found another camera bag in my home office with a Canon FTbn , and Canon A1 bodys , Canon FD 100-300 zoom, FD 35mm 2.8, FD 50mm f1.4 , Canon winder 2, Gossen Profisix meter.
    Ben

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    Today I have . . .

    Nikon L35AF;
    Roll of Efke 100;
    Roll of Agfa APX400; and
    Rolls of Kodak HD2 (2).

    Oh, and two fresh AA's to keep my walk-about camera gumming.


  5. #45

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    Olympus OM4
    24mm f/2.8
    35mm f/2.8
    50mm f/3.5 macro
    100mm f/2.8
    spare batteries
    yellow, red filters
    some rolls of HP5+ and Delta 100

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    Nikon F5
    50mm 1.8 mm
    Kodak 400

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    One bag and three backpacks ready all the time.
    Bag with Leica stuff at 5kg, Nikon backpack at 15kg, 4x5 backpack at 13kg (trying to keep the weight down on this one) and 8x10 backpack at 30kg (that includes tripod).
    I do not acknowledge GAS, but I am afraid it is getting harder to persuade my friends that I am not afflicted.

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    Here is what I may carry in my photo bag or case when I need to travel with a light photographic load.

    Lens pen
    Large Ziploc Bag
    Polarizing & Graduated Neutral Density Filter

    Option A (point & shoot digital)
    Hewlett Packard Photosmart M425
    Extra AA batteries for camera
    Pocket Tripod

    Option B (digital)
    Canon G5 digital camera in belt case
    CompactFlash Memory Cards (5)
    CompactFlash Memory Card Reader (for use on a computer found on site)
    Extra BP-511 or 512 battery for camera (with AC & DC optional battery charger)
    Pocket Tripod or Monopod (optional)

    Option C (35mm Rangefinder/Compact/Point & Shoot)
    ISO 200 and/or ISO 400 film (at least one 36 exp. roll per day)
    Minolta Hi-Matic 9 or Canon QL17 or Nikon L35
    Pocket Tripod or Monopod (optional)
    Extra batteries for camera

    Option D (SLR + 1 lens)
    ISO 200 and/or ISO 400 film (at least one 36 exp roll/day)
    Nikon N70 or F2 or F4 or Fuji S5
    35-70mm f/2.8 or 28-200 or 55mm macro or 35mm f/1.4 or 50mm f/1.4
    Small flash unit with long sync cord (optional)
    Tabletop Tripod or Monopod (optional)
    Hand-held Light Meter for F2
    Extra batteries for camera

    Option E (SLR + 2 lenses)
    Nikon N70 or F2 or F4 or Fuji S5
    35-70mm f/2.8 plus 75-150mm f/3.5
    28-200mm zoom plus 35mm f/1.4 or 55mm macro or 400mm
    Hand-held Light Meter for F2
    ISO 200 and/or ISO 400 film
    (at least one 36 exp. roll per day)
    Tabletop Tripod or Monopod (optional)
    Small flash unit with long sync cord (optional)
    Extra batteries for camera

    Option F (medium format film)
    6x7cm or 6x9cm rangefinder camera
    Enough film to shoot at least 24 photos per day
    ISO 200 film (50% of film carried)
    ISO 100 or lower film (25% of film carried)
    ISO 400 or higher film (25% of film carried)
    Hand-held Light Meter
    Monopod or Tabletop Tripod
    Cable Release

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    4x5 speed graphic
    5 4x5 film holders
    Sekonic L-508
    Loupe
    Magnifying glass lens mounted to lensboard
    Shutter release
    Bellows factor calculator
    Bi post female to pc male cable
    www.EASmithV.com

    "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."— Dorothea Lange
    http://www.flickr.com/easmithv/
    RIP Kodachrome

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    Well, not too much. Even now, it's heavy for me!

    1. Nikon F100 35mm SLR
    2. Nikon FM 35mm SLR
    3. Mamiya ZE Quartz 35mm SLR
    4. Pentax Espio Point & Shoot

    plus a few assorted glass here and there! :]



 

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