In your bag No: 1385, Marius R. Andersen
Marias has a really nice bag for us to kick the weekend off. Delightfully simple and practical, this bag is perfect for the inclement weather of Norway. Check it out.
Here’s what I usually carry around!
I’m located in Oslo, Norway so we get a fair bit of rain and rough weather. I keep my gear safe in the weatherproof R6 Arkiv Field Pack from Mission Workshop. Stealthy, with plenty of modular options.
I like to keep it simple and stealthy. My main work horse is a Leica M6 Classic with a 50mm Summicron v.4, with the logos blacked out! The M6 is usually loaded with Fuji Pro 400H, Porta 400 and sometimes Tri-X 400.
My trusted P&S is the Contax T2, loaded with Porta 400. Perfect for quick and off the hip snapshots.
The half case is perfectly sized and keep my film safe. I also have a couple of the regular cases for longer trips.
The iPhone is always with me, so I end up using for taking pictures. It’s a totally different tool from the T2 and the M6, but still useful.
A small Leatherman Micra and a Lumitop Worm flashlight solves most daily problems. They’re both tough and durable. Always with me.
And last but not least is the AIAIA TMA-1 headset. Perfect for listening to mood setting music while I shoot!
Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Marius. Love seeing the case in there being put to good use.
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Nice to see other M6 shooters from Oslo! Do you develop the film yourself or have you found a favourite lab?
Hei Ole Andre!
I usually use Studio Technika! Great results, fast and good price! I’m planning to start developing BW at home, but I shoot mostly colors, so I’ll still send that in.