In your bag 371, Wayne Wong
Sorry for todays bag being a little bit slow, but better late than never. This is a lovely bag, with a fantastic mix of old and new. Come and have a look at Wayne’s bag.
My name is Wayne Wong, 25 from Singapore. I am currently working for one of the Singapore Defence R&D company as a videographer & editor & photographer. I started my photography hobby in 2009. My first DSLR was a Canon 500D and sold it 2 years later because I was so into DSLR videography and I feel that i wasn’t able to have a full control with 500D’s video capability. I lived with my Canon G12 for the next 7 months.
My passion for analogue photography started in late 2011 when I suffered a fractured talus bone on my right leg, and my pace starts to slow down. I managed to dig out a really used and old Nikon FM2 out from my office’s dry cabinet. I remembered the camera was very dusty and the leatherette was all curled up. I decided to bring it back home to try a few rolls of film with it. And i got hooked. Eventually my Gear Acquisition Syndrome starts to grow. Within 1 year, I suddenly realise that I owned 13 film camera.
Currently I’m hooked onto instant photography and I bought another 4 vintage Polaroid camera within 3 months even though I already had 2 Fuji Instax camera. =X
Now moving on to my bag, this is what i’m going to bring for my Taiwan trip in December 2012.
– Lowepro Fastpack 350 Bagpack (not in the picture)
– Macbook Air 13″ (not in the picture)
– Canon 5D mark II
– Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM
– Canon EF 50mm f/1.8
– Cable Remote for 5D mark II
– Spare batteries for 5D mark II
– Spare CF card for 5D mark II
– USB transfer cable
– Polaroid SX-70 original
– Impossible Project film PX680 Color Protection & PX600 Silver Shade UV+
– Olympus µ[mju:]-II & remote
– DIY film canister holder (5 film)
– Spare batteries for Olympus µ-II
– SLIK mini II table tripod
– Cleaning cloth & lenspen
– LED touchlight
Here are my links;
So that’s my gear for this overseas trip. Thank you.
Many thanks to Wayne for sharing his bag shot with us. This is a beautifully laid out shot, but there is one problem. Where is the bag?
Check out Wayne’s links and make sure you come and comment.
Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com. Send me a hi resolution image of the bag (please make sure it is horizontal) and its contents, with some details about yourself and what you shoot. Oh and don’t forget your contact details (twitter, flickr, tumbler et al). Send the bag shots here.
Thanks Bellamy for the post and comment.
The bag is too big to be included in the picture. :) I’ll include one next time =P.
Nice bag for Christmas! I like the photos on your tumblelog. Those vintage Polaroids are pretty good, though IP-Film is pretty expensive, I like that I have two of these at home, too.
Thank you very much. I agree with you that IP-Film is pretty expensive, and I usually order them via their online store whenever there is discount or promotion. :)