In your bag No: 667 – Rikard Landberg

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In your bag No: 667, Rikard Landberg
Normal service is resumed after the father of lies had his piece. Rikard has the simplest of setups. This one is very cool.

Hi! My name is Rikard and I’m from a small country called Sweden.

The big change since I had my camera bag (497) on your website last time is that I have replaced my Fuji X100 with a Leica M5. I shoot exclusively with film. I still have not learned to use photo bags even though I bought one but it is just gathering dust. I use two bodies with one lens because i use different film speeds in the two cameras. I will use this equipment as long as the cameras work and films are easy to buy and develop.

Leica M2
I use this camera with ISO 100-400. This is my daylight camera.

Leica M5
This is the camera that i bring out during the night, loaded with ISO 800-3200.

Zeiss Planar 50
A great lens. I used to have a Summicron 35 but 50 is more my cup of tea.

Tmax 400
My favorite film.

Sekonic 208.
A great light meter during day time but it sucks in low light.

My all film photography blog: www.rikardlandberg.se

/RIKARD LANDBERG, Sweden.

Thanks for sharing this with us Rikard, I love the purity of it all.
Check out the link and make sure you come and comment.

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Cheers
Japancamerahunter

4 Responses to In your bag No: 667 – Rikard Landberg

Greg Williamson October 17, 2013 at 6:28 am

That’s more like it. I love the M5. IMO the best camera Leica ever made. I’ve been carrying a very similar bag lately, an M3 and an M5, though I have the fast film in my M3 at the moment.

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