In your bag No: 1100 – Henrik Heigl


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In your bag 1100, Henrik Heigl
It is funny how quickly this moves. One minute we were on bag 100 and wondering how long it would last, now we are at 1100 and there are plenty more in the archives. Come and check out this beauty of a bag.

My name is Henrik Heigl and I’m from Germany. I’m in photography since the early 90’s and now I want to present my actual analog gear to you.
Mostly I use the analog cam in addition to my Canon EOS60D for Concerts and landscape Photography.


My bag is a 60’s/70’s wild-leather bag 38 x 24 x 18 cm (B x H x T) with much space in it. I very much love that bag.
In it I carry my Fujica ST 605N with a Meyer-Görlitz 50mm / f2.8 lens and I also have a 75-200mm / f4.5, a 35mm / f2.8 and a 28mm /f3.5 which I do not use much, but in case its good to have it in the bag.
I also have a Lomo LC-A as backup in the bag which I bought in the 90’s.
A Cable release, a Sekonic L358 with an additional Wireless Modul which can trigger Yongnuo Flashes and a Bilora Biloret 2037 Tripod which came sometimes very handy.

My Webpage:

I hope you like it
Henrik Heigl

Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Henrik. I do like it, very much. Rare to see a Fujica nowadays.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment.

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One commennt on “In your bag No: 1100 – Henrik Heigl”

    Stefan January 19, 2015 at 9:10 pm / Reply


    nice! I had the same back in the 90th and i LOVED those. I wish i would also found one of these again.


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