In your bag number 118, Goetz M. Pollmann
It may be a day of rest, but JapanCameraHunter never rests for you guys :) So, here is another great bag for you. But wait! Shock! This bag is purely digital!
My name is Goetz M. Pollmann, i am 45 years old and i live in Lower Saxony in the north of Germany. I`m taking photos since a few years and i still hope to get better some day…
Shooting a while with the Pentax K10D, i changed to Nikon a few months ago and i am still happy with my new baby.
Now, in my bag:
Bag: a Fossil Wagner. not really a camera bag, but with small equipment it works well. also it doesn`t cry “steal me!”
Cam: Nikon D200. not the newest one, but still excellent. what i like most is the fact, that you have to “work” for some photos as you don`t get everything automatically out of the box.
Nikkor 1.8 35mm. The lens i use mostly right now because i love the small size and the bouquet.
Nikkor 18-105mm VR. Good one-for-nearly-all-situations-lens.
Op-Tech strap. lovely for my shoulders and neck.
cable release. it`s not often in use but i know i will miss it the day i leave it at home
black pocket for filter. actually i only use a graduated neutral density filter for bright days.
battery and cf-memory-cards
Ray Ban RB3343 sunglasses. expensive, but still the best.
Zippo and Camel, erhemmm…
notebook and pen. the pen has an integrated flashlight, wich i thought to be stupid as long as i once found myself in a hotelroom with no electricity. (well, it was quite cheap…)
Samsung Omnia 7 with headphones
Oh, my own site: www.gmpollmann.com
Greets from Germany to Japan!
Thanks for sharing with us Goetz. All of you, remember, I don’t mind if it is digital, film or burned onto a glass plate, it is all welcome. If there is a camera in your bag then you have a place here, no matter what the camera is. Come one, come all. Thanks.
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I use the same Fossil bag just about every day for everything, not neccesarily just photography. It’s damn good bag. The only caveat is when I throw gear in there, they all slosh aroung if I don’t arrange them properly! Scares me when I have my dslr screen rub against my brass RFs… I guess compartments really do help…
That`s a problem, the bag isn’t really made for transporting camera stuff. I help myself using an old winter cap made of thick wool and put my camera in it. I used a compartment, but the bag was getting too uncomfortable with it.