Author Topic: What's in your camera bag? previous thread here?  (Read 6974 times)

Akira

  • Homo jezoensis
  • NG Supporter
  • **
  • Posts: 8848
  • Tokyo, Japan
Re: What's in your camera bag? previous thread here?
« Reply #15 on: June 27, 2017, 01:30:59 »
Oh, just the usual stuff.

Well there's no wonder: this is a shooting kit.   ;D
"The eye is blind if the mind is absent." - Confucius

"Limitation is inspiration." - Akira

Hugh_3170

  • NG Member
  • *
  • Posts: 1223
  • Melbourne, Australia (at the moment)
Re: What's in your camera bag? previous thread here?
« Reply #16 on: June 27, 2017, 16:44:47 »
Gosh Robert, with that kit you had me thinking that you were a full time burgular and that photography was just an occassional activity.  LOL


Frank,
Take a second and check the length of your legs. I think you'll find one is slightly longer than the other from me pulling it.
This was taken many years ago for a humorous slide show to be presented at my photography club, and I just thought people here might enjoy it and get a laugh.
Robert
Hugh Gunn

Erik Lund

  • Global Moderator
  • **
  • Posts: 4986
  • Copenhagen
    • ErikLund.com
Re: What's in your camera bag? previous thread here?
« Reply #17 on: October 16, 2018, 11:33:42 »
Oh, just the usual stuff.

:o ;D ;D 8)  Now thats funny ;)
Erik Lund

Frank Fremerey

  • engineering art
  • NG Supporter
  • **
  • Posts: 10921
  • Bonn, Germany
Re: What's in your camera bag? previous thread here?
« Reply #18 on: October 16, 2018, 13:01:51 »
Currently I either take the D500 with the 1.8/20G or the X100T. Both are similar in many aspects but both inspire different ways to show stuff. cannot really explain. Result is more emotional shots with the X100T. If I want to do street photography, the D600 & 1.4/105E is my friend, waiting for the coming "FX-Version of the D500" to replace the D600. Rarely I take the D3 out. The 1.8/85G is the perfect fit here. Summing up: I rarely carry more than one camera and one lens when I am not on duty. Professionally I take with me everything I need to get the job done plus backup, so three bodies and at least 4 lenses. No zoom in my bag.


Reading the old answer nothing has changes much. The D850 replaced the D3 and the D600 and I still love the D500 & X100T. Usually I take one camera / one lens.

Curretly the D850 with 1.4/58G is a favourite (difficult, but rewarding) or the D500 with the 1.8/85G (a dream team) or the X100T (great IQ very low weight & size). For my garden project I prefer the D850 with the 300PF on Dr-Lens-Extension of 23mm (converted converter).
You are out there. You and your camera. You can shoot or not shoot as you please. Discover the world, Your world. Show it to us. Or we might never see it.

Me: https://youpic.com/photographer/frankfremerey/