In your bag No: 752 – Gabriel Feng

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In your bag 752, Gabriel Feng
Gabriel has been very thoughtful and has numbered and labelled all of the stuff in his bag….and it is a lot. Come and have a look.

Hi my name is Gabriel Feng and I’m a 24 “photographer” from Perth, Western Australia. I’ve only just this year tried to get more paid gigs. Hopefully next year will be better! So in Dec 2013 I’ll be going to Japan for 2.5 weeks! And here is the list of camera equipment going to Japan on our trip. Taken with a Fuji XE-1 and its Fuji 35mm f/1.4, which is also going. All this is going into a Thinktank Street Walker Pro on the way there. A couple lenses and 2 bodies will be on my person in my Scout Wotancraft bag.

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1. Mamiya C330 Professional f – TLR Medium format, from a collection of an uncle who had passed away. Attached with a Sekor 80mm f/2.8 lens.

2. Sekor 135mm f/4.5 lens

3. Sekonic L-308s Lightmeter

4. Filters: Polariser, Variable ND, 10stop ND and a 3-stop grad filter.

5. Batteries for flashes

6. Blower

7. YN-565- Just incase more control is needed for any strobist stuff. A Lumiquest softbox will probably come along.

8. Vivitar 215- auto flash for the Leica.

9. Sync cable for the Vivitar

10. Canon 244T- Auto flash for the Fuji XE-1

11. Yongnuo Remote Timer for Fuji

12. Spare Battery for Fuji

13. Transceiver for Fuji for some off camera flash work.

14. Leica M4 releathered with a Mr.Zhuo case- attached with a 35mm Summicron.

15. Jupiter-11 135mm f/4 – attached with a M mount adapter, there is also a M-FX adapter not shown to be used with the Fuji.

16. Jupiter-9 85mm f/2

17. Jupiter-8 50mm f/2

18. Olympus Zuiko 50mm f/1.2 – attached with a FX-adapter.

19. Tamron 90mm f/2.5 macro OM mount

20. Vivitar 19-35mm f/3.5-4.5 – C/Y mount – hopefully my adapter will come in time!

21. Carl Zeiss Plana 50mm f/1.7 – C/Y mount

22. Olympus Zuiko 135mm f/3.5

23. Kodak Portra 135, Ilford HP5+ 135, Fuji Acros 120, Kodak Ektar 120, Fuji Pro 400H 120, Fuji Velvia 50 120

24. Scout Wotancraft

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Gabriel Feng

Thanks for sharing your bag with us Gabriel. That Wotancraft bag is rather nice. I quite fancy one of those.
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8 Responses to In your bag No: 752 – Gabriel Feng

Tobias W. January 11, 2014 at 5:54 pm

Nice bag and nice gear, but this much gear – look at all those lenses! – would be too much for me to carry around, worry about and get distracted by on a 2 week trip.

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Dez January 11, 2014 at 6:49 pm

Seems too much stuff for two weeks. I took 3 cameras for a 2 month trip and that was already too much. I only ever used one camera lll. And three flashes! Why not just one flash for one camera dedicated to low light and strobist type stuff. Or select two camera bodies that works well with one flash. This bag would be crazy heavy. Lovely gear. Just might need to cut down a little for travelling. Thanks for sharing.

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    Till January 11, 2014 at 8:32 pm

    I guess it’s okay if you want to have some variery, i also think he will leave the cameras in his hotel and only take a selection with him when he goes out.

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Geir T B January 11, 2014 at 9:50 pm

But why, three flashes? And two quite similar ones?

It can be good to have multiple cameras i think, especially multiple formats… Medium format – 135 – digital.

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Suraj January 15, 2014 at 3:54 am

Come on guys, surely he will be leaving most of the gear in his hotel/room when he’s in Tokyo. I took a lot of stuff too but only took one camera and two lenses out most of the time.

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