In your bag No: 1452 – Ryan Yoro

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In your bag No: 1452, Ryan Yoro
We have a couple of bags to feature today. Ryan has two different setups that he wants to share with us from the fair shores of Hawaii. Check it out.

Hey Bellamy! @ryanfromhawaii posting my couple setups. 

Here’s my recent daily setup.  The bag is a ThinkTank Retrospective 6.  In it is my Nikon FM3A with the Zeiss 50/1.4 zf.2, Pentax 645n with the Summicron 90/2.0 modded by The Bokeh Factory.  Always assisted with the Sekonic light meter, grandpa’s knife, notebook (always mean to take notes but forget to take any), brush, Ektar 100 and that oh so sexy (expensive) Natura 1600.  

Now here’s the kitchen sink…The MF’n setup, get it MF, mother effin? Nevermind bad joke haha.  ThinkTank backpack filled with my babies… that Hassy 503cw, Pentax 645n, the Contax T3, Sekonic light meter, shutter cable, Portra 400VC and 160VC, Ektar, Nikon SB80DX flash, and MeFoto tripod.  That Artisan & Artist silk cord though, smoooove!!! This is what I lug around if I’m planning on doing night shots or sunset stuff mainly.

Mahalo Bellamy!!! Until my next GAS blowup when I show off my Peak Design backpack one day.  Aloha!!!

Ryan

@ryanfromhawaii – Instagram

Thanks for sharing both of your setups with us, Ryan. That is a whole bunch of stuff to carry around, you are stronger than me. 
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6 comments on “In your bag No: 1452 – Ryan Yoro”

    Eric January 25, 2017 at 9:09 am / Reply

    Wonderful bag, and extremely perfect choice of material, enjoy it. With that, you have one of the top quality, and the bag is great with the pins, which stay discret and make it elegant.

    Ryan January 26, 2017 at 12:06 am / Reply

    Thanks Eric! Yeah I love my setup right now. I think the one street setup I’m really looking to get, is my black Contax T3 with a black Contax G2. Then I’m done for a while haha.

    Mitch January 26, 2017 at 2:38 pm / Reply

    How do you like that zeiss lens on the f3?

    stanis riccadonna zolczynski January 26, 2017 at 9:17 pm / Reply

    How`s the Summicron 90/2 on MF. I presume it`s an old one with removable head. They have much more caracter then the modern lenses.

    Ryan January 27, 2017 at 4:00 am / Reply

    Mitch, I absolutely love it! It’s sharp. I sold my Voigtlander 40mm Aspherical lens for this so that’s saying a lot about this lens. I am considering also getting the old Contax 50/1.4 lens and get it fitted for my Nikon fm3a.

    Ryan January 27, 2017 at 4:02 am / Reply

    Stanis, you are correct, it’s an older lens. Though it has been modified by The Bokeh Factory so a portion of the back has been modified to fit on my Pentax 645n. I just got the Summicron 90 so I’m still figuring it out where it works best for me, but so far, loving it!

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