In your bag 474, Jukka Watanen
Jukka is back! And he brings us a bag that is sure to blow us all away. It has been a while since we last saw what he was carrying and it has changed again. Grab a cuppa and enjoy.

Hello Bellamy: I have been contributing several images to the “Bag theme” here is another.. maybe this is my final set up.

There is two images, first is the bag itself, my very worn bag from the seventies: “The camera bag co,” bag from new york.
I still have it although it has been repaired many times over by shoemachers… all the leather was falling off, but replaced, several holes, but you have to make sure you have larger items in that pocket so they will not fall off.

Then the image of my leica set up: Now this is the stuff what I carry around. heavy yes but I am all set with 30 preloaded IXMOO cassettes, the best leica acessory ever. just hope leica would produce them again.

M3 with M4 finder,,M4 -2 rapidwinder an finally the M8, I like it, it is mainly for quick Internet forum images, the “real stuff”
I shoot with film, of course… Double X movie stock and the new maco/Rollei RPX-400 that is as close to TRI-X as can be hoped and half the price.. I support European stuff in this respect lenses are 15mm(works as 21 mm in M8) then 21mm voigt, 35mm 1,4 voigt, 50mm canons, both 1,2 and 1,4  my best and sharpest lens .. at a price wow.. then some russian 35mm 2,8 lenses and finally the pinhole lens for M. the elmar googles is for sale, I hope to replace it with 90mm .2 one stop makes a difference in concert situations, where they are both good.

all the best Jukka watanen/helsinki

my website: www.jukkavatanen.fi   enjoy.

Thanks Jukka, I love seeing what you come up with. Those Leica cassettes are awesome. If I had the capability to make them again I would without hesitation.

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.

Cheers
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