In your bag No: 1282 – Heiko Bertram

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In your bag No: 1282, Heiko Bertram
Not one, not two, but three wonderful bags for you all today. Well, I say three bags, but it is actually two bags with different combinations depending on the gear required. I have not seen one of those classic Crumpler bags on the site for a while. Check it out.

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1) Crumpler Wonder Weenie 2001 bag (needs some repair)

Absolutely love this multipurpose bag. I Bought It while still at collage. It really was a bit over prized for me then. It has travelled, and still travels with me almost everyday, be it by bicycle or foot. Also very convenient for holding groceries and other stuff. My life is divided by but also intertwined between, architecture, professional photography and my family. Those different area’s sometimes get mingled.

– Panasonic GX7 (I still favour the ergonomics of the GF1)
– Lumix 14mm prime lens (most used lens)
– Lumix 20mm (first edition)
– the three items fit together nicely in an olive green Domke insert
– micro fibre cloth € 0,80 cents from an Action store

Not on the picture.
– Travels with me when I want a light second camera
Panasonic GF1 with Viewfinder permanently fixed because the back got dammaged
– Leica Disto meter which I need for measuring distances and heights (I’m trained and work part time as an Architect)
– pen, blocnote, ruler, roll of sketchpaper

2) Same Crumpler Wonder Weenie 2001 bag different insert (when doing non commissioned work)

– Leica M9
– Leica Elmarit-M 28 pre asph
– Leica Summicron M 50 mm
– Carl Zeiss Distagon 4/18 ZM (don’t use it on a Sony A7)
– Carl Zeiss 18 mm Viewfinder (fits nicely in a panasonic VF-1 case)
– Sony A7s (for low light when I need hight ISO, don’t really like the ergonomics)
– Voightländer VM-E Close Focus Adapter
– Billingham Hadley Pro Insert (bought separatly)
– micro fibre cloth € 0,80 cents from an Action store

3) Domke F-802 Satchel, when things get more serious but still non commissioned. In combination with 2)

– Leica M9
– Leica Elmarit-M 28 pre asph
– Leica Summicron M 50 mm
– Carl Zeiss Distagon 4/18 ZM (don’t use it on a Sony A7)
– Carl Zeiss 18 mm Viewfinder (fits nicely in a panasonic VF-1 case)
– Sony A7s (for low light when I need hight ISO, don’t really like the ergonomics)
– Voightländer VM-E Close Focus Adapter
– Billingham Hadley Pro Insert (bought separatly)
– micro fibre cloth € 0,80 cents from an Action store

Setup 4/5/6 etc. For commisioned Domke J1, Think Thank retrospective or Shape Shifter depending on what Nikon gear I need to carry Nikon Stuff

my photographic work can be found here:

http://heikobertram.nl
https://www.flickr.com/photos/heikobertram/albums
https://twitter.com/HeikoFoto

Some back ground information. I’am trained as an architect and combine my practice with a photographic one and my family
Heiko Bertram – Fotograaf – Architect

Thanks for sharing your bags with us, Heiko. Very interesting to see the different setups. And the presentation is fantastic.
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

One commennt on “In your bag No: 1282 – Heiko Bertram”

    Dan Castelli October 22, 2015 at 10:27 am / Reply

    This is a nice example of ‘interchangeable’ elements; you can switch out and customize your kit as needed.

    Quite by accident, I also discovered the Billingham Small Hadley insert fits inside my Domke 802 bag. I like the highbred combination.

    Nice work on your sites.

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