In your bag 340, Mike Choi
Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends, I hope you have a lovely day with the people close to you. Today I present to you an nice simple bag, with the bare minimum inside. Just a purposeful set up. Come and have a look.
Here is my bag. It’s a mix of digital and film and each camera goes with an ongoing project.
The bag is a Billingham. I love it, the size, the feel, and the ruggedness. Inside I keep a Canon 5D mk II with a 50mm f1.4 for my street/fashion photography.
The Mamiya C330 medium format camera is for my photos of car profiles. I use Fuji Pro 400 film and scan my negatives with a Canon Canoscan 9000f.
I have started to carry around my older Panasonic GF1 for a new project I’m participating in called the 100 strangers project. The lens I am using is special in that it is my dad’s old Takumar 50mm f1.4. With the crop factor it is a 100mm lens which I think is great for portraits.
The last thing I always carry is business cards. They help greatly in disarming people when you approach them and ask if you can take a picture of them.
Keep up the good work and thanks
Great stuff Mike. Thanks for the bag and the simple description. Seems like you have a good direction with this, well done.
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Which Hadley bag is this? Looks like a good size.
It seems like the Mamiya C330 would be a really tight fit in that billingham. Especially with the knobs on the end. I tried getting my C220 into a simialr bag (but i don’t remember which billingham bag) but it wouldn’t fit.
Its a Billingham Hadley Pro. The Mamiya does fit but all three cameras won’t fit at the same time.