In your bag No: 1280 – Jordan Langdon

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by Bellamy /

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In your bag No: 1280, Jordan Langdon
Jordan brings us something a little bit different from the usual fare. A beautiful presentation, although I am pretty sure the boots go on the feet and not in the bag. Still, lovely stuff. Check it out.

I’d like to firstly thank you for an awesome site. It’s definitely part of my morning coffee ritual. My name is Jordan Langdon, and am currently living on Vancouver Island in beautiful BC, Canada.

There are many permutations of how I carry my gear, and what gear makes its way into each load out. Leaving multiple pelican cases and laptop laden tether kits aside, this is the earnest ‘I’m out for the day’ carry.

This is an all digi (gasp) setup. Film is more project oriented for me these days, so for daily use I’ve been sticking to pixels.

Gear
1) Poler camera bag. It’s not really that well optimized as far as being a camera bag. It is, however, simple to use and compact(ish).

2) Ridgemont Outback hiking boots. I live in the pacific north west. Shooting out in nature means dealing with some very taxing and wet elements. Good footwear is critical.

3) Sony a7r. I’ve recently bailed out on Nikon and digital slrs. I couldn’t be more pleased with the performance and form factor change. Using glass from my OM kit is the nail in the coffin. This camera is unbelievable for focusing manual lenses. If you’re going this route, be warned, you need no less than a million spare batteries.

3) Olympus Zuiko 50mm. I love this lens. I love how it stands up to 36mp and asks for more. I love how small it is. I love this lens.

4) Sony rx100ii. This thing is a phenomenal quick shooter. I diced around for a long time not sure about getting this or a Ricoh. Ultimately, it came down to the zoom which I now find indispensable. This gets used mostly for anything I don’t care enough about to bother wrangling with 36mp file size, and for video. Man, does it ever perform well filming.

5) Zoom H2N. This recorder is mainly used to compliment the rx for video. It’s a great field mic.

6) The little stuff. Various pens and markers, a ruler, a knife, a notebook, and a wee lil tripod.

My professional photography has traditional orbited around the skateboard media world. Since a semi recent move out to the west coast, landscape, camping, travel and adventure work has taken the front seat.

If you or your audience are interested in seeing some of my work it can be found at www.krop.com/jwlangdon and you can find me on Instagram @jwlangdonphoto.

Thanks once again, Bellamy, for providing such a fun and informative site.

Jordan Langdon

Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Jordan. Nothing wrong with being all digital, we have plenty of those bags on the site.
Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com.

Send me a hi resolution image of the bag. Optimum size is 1500 across. Please ensure there is a bag in the shot, unless you don’t use one. The more you can write about yourself the better, make it appealing and tell us a story.

Oh and don’t forget your contact details (twitter, flickr, tumbler et al). Send the bag shots here. Please understand that there is a long wait now as there is a backlog of submissions. Not all make the cut, so make sure yours is funny/interesting/quirky. And please make sure the shot is of good quality, as the ones that are not do not go up.

Cheers
Japancamerahunter

6 comments on “In your bag No: 1280 – Jordan Langdon”

    MN October 17, 2015 at 7:49 pm / Reply

    Jordan, what knife is that? It looks serious but very interesting.

    marcos October 18, 2015 at 7:18 pm / Reply

    The “smile” sticker made me smile :)

    I’m also thinking about really lightweight and good quality video gear, and your setup makes a lot of sense.

    MD October 19, 2015 at 10:00 am / Reply

    Awesome Run the Jewels patch!

    Jordan October 21, 2015 at 7:05 am / Reply

    @MN It’s a Boker credit card. It’s a titanium handle, super light and thin. You don’t notice it in your pocket.

    @Marcos I’ve paper taped both cameras up. It’s written paint marker :P I’ve been really happy since I downsized everything to a small purpose driven kit.

    @MD Run them jewels fast!

    John October 29, 2015 at 10:10 am / Reply

    What is the pen holder thingy?

    Nik.C February 13, 2016 at 1:54 am / Reply

    Like you I was torn between the Rx100 and Ricoh GR, adding the Rx100 to my set up for the zoom, and as good as it is/was, it was just too small for my big hands, so I sold it on, and stuck with the GR, not as fast, but fits my hand perfectly, and I can use it in my sleep.
    Instead I bought a couple of lenses for my OMD EM10, which I also use my old OM glass with.

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