In your bag No: 899 – Molawin Evangelista

Posted on by Bellamy


In your bag 899, Molawin Evangelista
Another bagshot without a bag, and this one is a beauty. Check out this young shooters setup.

Hi Im Molawin. Im 18 years old and I am from Auckland, New Zealand.

This is my pocketable kit, basically for days when I don’t feel like lugging around a bunch of gear but still feel like shooting. I can’t really leave home without a camera, its sort of a basic instinct so this kit is perfect for casual strolls and hangouts.

- Olympus XA2: Smaller than my phone, super light and has a fantastic lens. Its so fast and easy to use due to it being scale focus and the shutter is controlled by a built in light meter which exposes perfectly 99% of the time.

- Fujifilm Superia Xtra 400: Cheap, reliable and can basically be found anywhere. Awesome film for just mucking around shooting but still yield awesome colour performance in my opinion.

- SUM ;D Cardolder: Super slim cardholder handmade in New Zealand.

- IPhone 4: Don’t think I need to explain this too much, it’s an iphone.

Thats basically it for this kit, thanks heaps Bellamy.

Molawin Evangelista
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Thanks for sharing your kit with us Molawin. Certainly is pocketable.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment.

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One Response to In your bag No: 899 – Molawin Evangelista

Frank June 12, 2014 at 2:18 am

Bravo! That´s my absolutely favorite camera too!

You don’t need to lug a heavy bag around, just put this beauty into your pocket, with a roll or two of film and you’re OK!

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