In your bag 948, Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko
This bag is certainly international. Russia, France and Tokyo all in one. Check it out.

Hello hello,
My name’s Gueorgui, and I’m a Russian guy living in Tokyo after growing up in France.

Here are the rather simple contents of my bag:

The two cameras I carry with me almost every day are a black paint Leica MP with a 35mm Summicron ASPH, and a recently acquired Fujifilm TX-1 with a 45mm lens for panoramic work. I’m also carrying two film cases (one for unexposed rolls, and one for the exposed ones), and a kindle for reading during downtime. The bag is a Domke FX3 — it’s very ragged and full of holes, but it’s served me well over the years.

Rangefinders are my first love. The first serious camera that I ever bought for myself was a broken Leica M4 from eBay that I got repaired and learned the basics of photography with. I since went through various Leica setups, including a M8 and a M6 TTL, before settling on the MP, which I’ve now used for about 5 years. I’ve tried various other setups during my photographic life, from compact film cameras to 6×7 medium format and Canon DSLRs, but I always ended up coming back to rangefinders, and here I am now.

Here’s where to find me online:
Website: http://gueorgui.net/
Flickr: http://flickr.com/spacelion/
Instagram: http://instagram.com/gueorgui

Thanks for looking, and happy shooting :)

Thanks for sharing your bag with us Gueorgui. Two of my favourite rangefinders.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment.

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