In your bag: 1279 – Fraser Bremner

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In your bag No: 1279, Fraser Bremner
Fraser shares with us a bag that should probably come with a health warning, as I know for sure that it gives me high blood pressure. And that has nothing to do with deep fried mars bars. Check out this stunning Nikon kit.

My name is Fraser Bremner and I’m a freelance photographer covering mostly politics based in Scotland, when I’m not shooting digital for work (big heavy Canons and my old M9) I like to shoot a bit of film. I recently got into Nikon rangefinder cameras after shooting Leicas for the past 15 years. Nikon rf cameras are quite tricky to get hold of in the UK as they were never really that popular here and the lenses are even harder to find. I bought my Nikon S3 about six months ago an Olympic model from the early 1960s and after that I was hooked!

My Nikon S3 setup-
Nikon S3 Olympic black paint.
Nikkor 3.5cm f1.8 (on camera).
Nikkor 10.5cm f2.5.
Nikkor 5cm f1.4.
Sekonic L-398.
Old CCS bag (popular in the UK 20 years ago!).
And a few rolls of film.

Thanks.
Fraser Bremner from Scotland

Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Fraser. I wish you shared some links too. I love this one, it is really stunning.
Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com.

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4 comments on “In your bag: 1279 – Fraser Bremner”

    Robert Waehlt October 14, 2015 at 6:39 pm / Reply

    Fraser,
    this is a great bag. I love the simplicity of it. Is there a place on the internet where we can see
    some of the work you’ve shot with this set-up? The Nikon rangefinders are truly intriguing.

    Greetings from Vienna,
    Robert

    Tom H. October 15, 2015 at 10:54 pm / Reply

    That is one sleek setup. Nice! Would love to see some of the work too.

    Cheers,

    Tom

    matso October 16, 2015 at 2:39 am / Reply

    Here is a fantastic set but please show us some pictures! Any “In your bag” should come mandatory with the pictures or portfolio to go with that equipment. I love great cameras but they are just instruments! I’m getting tired of seeing the “In your bag” of analog goodness only to find iphone or dslr photographers behind them : It’s called “In your bag”, not “In your drawers” come on

    Alex October 19, 2015 at 2:39 am / Reply

    Bravo! Ah laddie, truly a true shooter, I have Canon 7, & Vt use it well when I was in Japan last July, had a lot of eyes looking at me.. Thank you – Shooters Unite Shoot Film!

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