It seems a favourite of photographers to post on ‘what’s in your bag’ threads. This came to mind as I was unpacking the gear I’d taken to Poland last week. So, as I unpacked it, I took a picture or two…
The bag is a Crumpler Pony Box. I bought it after checking the dimensions f their various models and comparing them to the hand luggage maximum on RyanAir flights (the airline we have to use for our trips unfortunately). I shouldn’t have bothered too much seeing the size of some of the things people carry on board.
Anyway, it is a great size and shape. Much better than the old Kata bag I used previously. Plenty of adjustable space, hardwearing and less like a camera bag than most.
Inside was this lot…
So, these threads always have a list of camera geek bits next. Here’s mine:
1966 Nikon F (Photomic T) film camera.
Nikkor 50/1.4 lens
Nikkor 28/2 lens
Nikkor 85/2 lens
1989 LOMO LC-A film camera
2009 Canon 50D digital camera
Canon 17-40 lens
Sigma 10-20 lens
A cheapo Jessops flash gun with Sto-Fen diffuser and cable
A wired shutter release, a kindle and some headphones.
There’ll be a bag full of films, a variety of speeds and colour and black&white and none of them in their boxes. When I finish a film, I grab another out of the bag without selecting the best for the situation or what I might shoot – seems more fun that way…
The pictures taken by this lot on our trip will be appearing in all the usual places as soon as I’ve scanned them all…
Real nice camera gear. Good idea for a post I really like your blog my friend!
Lomo 🙂 excellent, must start using mine again, haven't touched it since buying my digital camera. Do you develop your own film?