In your bag 1114, Florian Burlein
Florian seems to be one of the lucky few who has emerged from e-bay unscathed. Come and check out his bag and see what he got.
My name is Florian and I am a hobby photographer from south Germany, near Stuttgart. I started photography with a Canon G9 in 2010, during a holiday trip with my brother-in-law, who taught me a lot about that beautiful hobby. After a short time, I switched over to a Canon DSLR 40D and in the summer of 2014, I decided to complete my camera equipment with a Fuji X-E1 body, to use old mechanical lenses on that.
The equipment in my daily bag is an interesting combination of new and old, cheap and expensive, bought and handmade and I am proud, that it includes stuff from 3 generations of my family (grandfather, uncle and sister). The X-E1 does a very nice job with my adapted old lenses and I never missed an auto focus on this setup. It helped me a lot, to improve in the photography basics like composing, selective sharpness or simply take enough time, to shoot a good image.
My bag includes the following gear:
3$ chinese bag from eBay
Matin M-6470 foam inlet
used Fuji X-E1 Body from a DSLR Forum
noname Pentax to FX Adapter from eBay
Quenox Minolta MD to FX Adapter from Amazon
two Leica style lens hoods
Pentax 28mm f/2.8 prime from my uncle
Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm f/1.4 prime from my wifes grandfather
a set of macro rings for Minolta MD lenses from eBay
handmade Bean Bag from my sister
spare SD cards
Until now, I am not specialized on one genre and still shoot what excites me.
If you are interested what that is, check out my Flickr-Page
Thank you JCH for showing my bag,
Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Florian. I love the Rokkor primes, such lovely lenses.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment.
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