In your bag No: 658 – Csaba Brindza

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In your bag No: 658, Csaba Brindza
Wow, what a crazy few days. We have been from Europe to South America, through the states and now we are back in eastern Europe. Today we have a bag from Hungary, and a very interesting bag it is too. Check it out.

My name is Csaba Brindza from Budapest, Hungary. I’m a regular reader of the blog and now decided to share my gear.

I like shooting a lot of things including very different subjects.

Photographing music and photographing during my travelings are the closest to my heart for sure.

I’m mostly shooting with a digital body and all analog manual lenses. I’ve got several analog cameras (Mamiya M645, Nikon FM2, Lomos etc), but nowadays this is my daily setup:

Lowepro Stealth Reporter D300 AW: It’s too big, looking for a replacement in the near future.

Canon 5DII – I like this camera as it gave me so much freedom with replacing the focusing screen. This way I can precisely focus with analog lenses and not restricted by the AF system. Raw files are superb.

Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm 1.4 (CY mount): It is my main lens with awesome colours. I prefer its drawing, bokeh and the small size.

Mamiya 80mm 2.8: It’s from my Mamiya M645 gear used with a Mamiya Eos adapter. Colours are muted, but i really like its characteristics.

Mamiya 135mm 3.5: Another M645 lens, the focal length is too long for my liking, I rarely use this one, but it makes nice pictures.

Iphone 4S

Giotto’s blower

Extra memory card

Additional lens hoods

Wallet

You can check out my photos here and there:
My website: http://www.csababrindza.hu
My blog: http://www.csababrindza.tumblr.com

Keep up the cool work!!!

Cheers,
Csaba

Thanks for sharing your bag with us Csaba, that is the first time I have seen Mamiya lenses used on an 5D. Very cool.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment.

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Cheers
Japancamerahunter

3 Responses to In your bag No: 658 – Csaba Brindza

Kasper October 11, 2013 at 4:31 am

@Nick

The flange-distance on the Mamiya 7 is way shorter, than on a Canon EOS, and therefore you would only be able make an adapter, if you introduced a glass element to it. And that would probably ruin the lens characteristics and sharpness.

And therefore, I don’t think a adapter has been developed. Also, the rangerfinder part of the lens, might interfere with the mirror in an EOS camera..

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