In your bag 1036, Stefan Lister
Well, the site has been a bit funky for a few days and I have not been able to post anything. But now it is back and todays bag is truly fantastic. Now that is what I call presentation. Check it out.
Here is the contents of my bag from a recent trip to Vietnam. Ok, I also brought clothes too, but strictly looking at weight, this was likely 80% of my bag. I traveled Vietnam over the course of 3 weeks on an orange Honda 125cc motorcycle.
I’ve posted shots from my travels here: http://stefanworks.com/film/vietnam.html
These are the shots that turned out. As I traveled and made friends, I took Polaroids and gave them away souvenirs (you can see the 3 boys holding one if you look carefully in the photos)… as such I don’t have any Instant film to show off.
I took a robust selection of film with me including Slide Film, Colour Negative and Black & White. The ten 120/220 rolls were kept organized in two black JCH cases, and the four 35mm rolls were kept in vintage Kodak tins. I also took Kodak Super 8 film and Impossible Project SX-70 film as well. While I didn’t even come close to shooting all the film I brought, it was great to have a selection to choose as I traveled. The 35mm rolls shot included Ektar 100, CineStill 800T, and Provia 100F. The 120/220 rolls shot included Ektar 100, Velvia 50, Pro 160NS, and roll of Efke R100 that was destroyed in camera.
35mm Camera – Nikon FM2n with 50mm f/1.2 and 28mm 2.8 E-Series
Medium Format Camera – Hasselblad 500C/M with 80mm f/2.8 (with A-12, A-16, and A-24 backs)
Instant Camera – Polaroid SX-70 (with Flash Bar)
Super 8 Camera – Canon 310XL
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Thanks for sharing your bag Stefan. It is cool to see the cases being used to travel the globe.
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