In your bag No: 704 – Gekopaca

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In your bag 704, Gekopaca
Gekopaca shares with us his interesting bag, all prepped up for his trip to Japan. For the first time in a while it is a completely digital bag. Come and check it out.

My name is Geko and generally I don’t use bag, so the title should be : “In your pockets”.
But this time, I chose my Chrome messenger bag for my next trip in Japan.

I will carry with me my beloved Epson R-D1 with its favorite lens : Voigtländer Ultra-Wide Heliar 12mm f/5.6; I also take a Voigt Ultron 28mm f2 for portraits.

The GR digital will be used in “dangerous” situations : Typhoons, snow & rain, orgies, meetings with  junkies or japanese samuraïs, or when my GF is angry.

And, hum, when I will be in Tokyo, I guess I will let my R-D1 at the Japan Camera Hunter for CLA, even for a sensor replacement…
That’s why I need a second camera for the end of my trip ;-)

Sometimes I use the travel tripod for shooting night landscapes with the cable release, but most of all I use it as a chest support for (rather) long exposures.

I will also carry with me a tiny Minox flash for open flash use.
Other accessories : batteries, 1GB SD cards, and a cleaning pen because wide angles have large frontal and exposed glasses.

Links :
Twitter @Gekopaca

as a photographer
http://gekopaca-photography.weebly.com/index.html

as a Flickr groups curator
http://www.flickr.com/groups/closermorecloser/pool/show/ (administrator)
http://www.flickr.com/groups/extremestreet/pool/show/ (moderator)

as a videographer
http://vimeo.com/gekopaca/videos

as a musician
http://dan.de.rosilles.blog.free.fr/index.php?
http://danderosilles.bandcamp.com/

Thanks for sharing your bag with us. I hope that you have a good time in Japan.
Check out the mass of links and make sure you come and comment.

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Cheers
Japancamerahunter

8 Responses to In your bag No: 704 – Gekopaca

ZDP-189 November 24, 2013 at 5:04 pm

I like the R-D1 in principle, but I can’t get over the prices, considering the technology contained within the camera. I use a much cheaper GXR-A12 module, which gives me a fast focus and APS-C format, with a stop or two better high ISO. I’ve also recently bought a Sony A7R. The jury’s still out on that camera, at least as far as I’m concerned. I’m led to believe that unless I want to print big, there’s not a huge advantage in daylight with wide lenses like the CV12, which I enjoy shooting with film. Again, it’s very early days for me, so take my doubts with a pinch of salt.

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Carlos November 24, 2013 at 5:33 pm

Hi! I really love the Epson RD1, I really was looking forward to buy it… but…. I think still to expensive for me like 1200$ So i decided go for the voigtlander bessa r, with a cheap jupiter about 400$ and spend the rest in film :) so i have like 4 – 5 years of full frame shooting. I just hope for that time i´m rich enough to buy the epson haha.

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Argenticien November 24, 2013 at 11:56 pm

Epically hilarious definition of “dangerous situation”! I was laughing my Arse off! “Typhoons, snow & rain, orgies…samuraïs…” But I get the concept; everyone should have an “it would be tolerable if this were stolen or destroyed” camera, for dodgy situations–in my case, a Canonet–so as not to risk their expensive main shooter.

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Randy November 26, 2013 at 3:26 am

I got a large Timbuk2 Snoop camera insert that fits my Chrome Citizen Bag perfectly. It holds a ton of gear. This bag has been my regular travel carry on bag for over ten years.

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