In your bag 799, Ceri Davies
The last bag in the 700′s, and what a way to go out. This is a seriously hardcore working photographers kit bag. Ceri shares this immense set up to show what a pro has on the go. Though I think this is more of a ‘what’s in your car’ bag. Check it out.
Recently discovered the site, LOVE what you’ve go going here.
For what it’s worth, here’s my gear and what I do..
My name is Ceri Davies,
born on the Gower Coast in South Wales. Living and working in London.
I work for Studio 4, we shoot for clients such as John Lewis, LG, M&S and Timex.
I can be shooting watches one day, and locations the next. The kit I use has to be reliable and give me the best quality image possible.
We use Phase One camera systems and Profoto lights.
Hope you like the bag [ case! ]
1. Phase One peli style cases - Carry it, wheel it, stand on it – robust and safe.
2. Phase One 28mm - Super wide, chunky build quality
3. Mamiya 35mm f3.5 - A nice alternative to the 28. Short, compact lens, slightly outweighed by the camera.
4. Mamiya 55-110mm f4.5 - Older lens, has its uses now and again. Has gotten me out of trouble a few times.
5. Schneider 80mm f2.8 - The go to portrait lens. Solid as a rock.
6. Schneider 110mm f2.8 - Like the 80mm for quality, supreme glass
7. Mamiya 120mm f4.0 macro - Old skool macro, stops down beautifully
8. Schneider 120mm f4.0 macro - Newest addition, fantastic build and glass
9. Phase One 645DF camera bodies - weighty powerhouses. A shutter noise like no other. Takes a beating and delivers the goods.
10. Phase One IQ160 digital back - New addition, stunning quality of image, fast transfer and the better display touch screen makes shooting to card much easier.
11. Phase One p65+ digital back - Lacks the screen quality of the IQ160, but still a joy to use.
12. Business cards -
13. Firewire cables -
14. Cleaning kit -
15. Charger cable -
16. Batteries for digital backs -
17. CF cards -
18. Charger unit -
19. Cable release -
20. Macbook Pro -
21. Lens hoods -
Unfortunately the link for the site that I was sent doesn’t work, so I have no linky to clicky. Ceri, help us out.
Please come and comment, despite the lack of link.
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