In your bag No: 1368, Noel Tay
Young Noel kicks off the week with a really great bag for us to drool over. Simple kit and a well used bag. What a great way to deal with the Monday blues.

Hi Camera Geeks. Im Noel Tay a Young Hobbyist photographer. This is my 1st In my bag post. Im in love with photography and I always (always) bring a camera everywhere I go. So here is the Bag!!!

Bag:
National Geographic Earth Explorer (Medium)
A great bag which used to be much more darker shade of green. Faded into a really nice greenish brown shade. Have been thinking of getting a Artisian & Artist Red Label shoulder bag.

Cameras:
Mamiya 645 Super with Mamiya Sekor-C 80mm f/2.8 – Recently bought after being captivated by shooting film. I have an extra film back but only when I decide to shoot all 120 on a day.

Next to it the original Contax RTS with a Carl Zeiss Tessar 45mm f/2.8 a very compact set up SLR. I do have a Planar 50mm f/1.7 too. I seem to like Contax Cameras alot. Might consider buying a G2 and a S2 in the future to add my collection :).

Others:
Japan Camera Hunter Cases for 120 and 35mm. Swapped out the top cover of the 35mm with my friend to get the color combo.

Superdry Wallet and Field Notes Expedition Edition with 2 MUJI ball point pens.
iPhone 6s cause its the best phone!

As for preferred film I am still in the process of trying out however, ive gotten great results with Velvia 50 and love the colors that other have produced with Fuji Pro400H and Portra 400.
For B&W Ilford films are what I use now.

Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Noel. I wish you had shared your site too.
Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com

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