In your bag No: 289 – Damien Philips

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In your bag 289, Damien Philips
A lovely simple bag and simple description for you all today. Damien has not social media, not complicated set up, no overloading, just a simple bag and a simple description. Just what the doctor ordered.
Hello,

Here is “My simple bag”

with :
one nikon f3hp + 20mm 2.8 Af with Focusing Screen Type E Grid and a soft shutter
one 45mm 2.8 gn modified ai in second lens

one lunapro + Variable Angle Attachment in a Minolta IV pouch

some tx 400
yellow filter and gradual filter

sony mp3 player :)
swiss kniff

and the cheap version of on very nice book of Raymond Depardon ( from Magnum )

this bag is “ordinary musette bag” with “MATIN” Partition camera insert and MATIN Air Cushion Strap Pad

Bests regards
Damien

ps: i have no blog, no thumbl , no FB…. nothing :)

Thanks for sharing this simple setup with us Damien. I have to confess, the Nikon F3 (any variation, but the F3/T) is my personal favourite SLR of all time. There are many others that I love, but this one was my first serious camera that I owned.
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5 Responses to In your bag No: 289 – Damien Philips

ZDP-189 October 3, 2012 at 8:36 am

I very much like the photo. Perfect depth of field and exposure. Perfect developing and scan.

As for the bag, that’s very much my ideal philosophy for solo street shooting. Tri-X and one camera. I normally just carry one lens, but if I did carry two it’d probably be a 28 and 45, as these are the only two lenses I have in AI.

Anyway, I loved the bag shot, but I’d also like to see your portfolio!

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Mike Smith October 3, 2012 at 10:23 pm

What a great setup for classic photography — everything you need, nothing you don’t. And I agree: The F3 rocks! I have three of them: non-HP finder (really beat, but still working 100%), T and P variations. I usually carry 24, 35, 50 and 85/105 lenses, but often drop one at either end to lighten my load. Anyone looking to go back to film days couldn’t do better than an F3 and a couple of lenses, at least in my opinion.

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Cosh October 4, 2012 at 6:09 am

The F3 is brilliant but bulky. I’ve got an F3 with the DW3 waist level holder: it’s a brilliant camera that I run a 24mm on.

Champion SLR and I don’t think you can do much better than an FE/F2/F3 for hardy travel/reportage cameras. It’s a shame the glass is still so expensive.

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