In your bag number 13, Rizal from Singapore
Hi my name is Rizal and I’m currently a Sociology undergraduate from Singapore. I try to shoot street photography in my free time with either my Minolta x-500, a Lumix G1 or even my iPhone 4.
My bag is an army surplus bag I got from eBay for $20 (I think I got cheated for it) but it’s good enough for my usual walkabout kit. It’s quite small but since it doesn’t have a shape, you can actually stuff quite a bit in it. I usually carry my cameras (you can fit both in it, but it’s a tight fit) in separate soft neoprene pouches (the black rectangle in the top right) that I got from this $2 shop from Japan called Daiso.
So what’s in my bag?
Left half of the picture: from left to right, top to bottom.
- A plastic bag for me to bundle everything up in case it rains
- My notebook and pen for me to jot down my notes for my thesis or other Eureka! moments
- Lens tissues and keys in 1 front pouch
- Lip balm and tester sample of some perfume (Singapore’s really humid so you need something to keep you smelling fresh)
Top Right half:
- Gatsby facial wipes and blotter paper because my face gets really oily as the day goes by
- Olympus mju ii camera. I just got it for a great bargain a few days ago. My first test roll is in it.
- Generic iPhone earbuds
- Another great Daiso buy – my $2 wallet
- All these sit on the neoprene pouch I was talking about
- iPhone 4. That’s a picture of me and my lovely girlfriend as the wallpaper.
- My trusty Minolta X-500 with the 50mm f1.4 mounted on it. It’s usually that or the 50mm f1.7 or 35mm f2.8.
- I made that wrist strap out of my girlfriend’s head band. Couldn’t justify paying money for a wrist strap so I stole her head band and made my own.
Thanks to Rizal for kindly sharing his bag with us. I am particularly loving the coating on the Rokkor lens, I am a total sucker for them.
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