In your bag No: 1528 – Teguh Wibowo

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by Michael Nguyen /

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In your bag No: 1528 – Teguh Wilbowo
Teguh comes in from Indonesia and rocks some sweet vintage glass. That Trioplan is legendary.

Hi,my name is Teguh Wibowo. I live in Palu-central Sulawesi, Indonesia

I learn to take a picture on 2015 with my first gear Canon eos 550D. Nowdays i feel comfortable with this Fuji Xpro2 and i also only use manual lenses for my mirrorless. On this pic i use Autotopcor 1.4/58 Tokyo Kogaku and also Meyer Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 2.9/50. I always feel exciting when roll that focus ring on my camera.

Others on my bag are also ZT folding knife for my EDC and also Lansky knife sharpener.

That beautifull leather wallet made by my friend #borngoods.

I only use that camera to take pictures from my family..specially my son Nielsen and of course my half soul (My wife)…

This Billingham hadley small really fit to me with my EDC…and looks gorgeous..This June we will have a holiday to Tokyo..I really like to visit this store Japancamerahunter …😁

Best regard,

Teguh Wibowo

Thanks for sharing your gear with us, Teguh.  Sharp knives and sharp lenses.

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One comment on “In your bag No: 1528 – Teguh Wibowo”

    Thomas November 29, 2017 at 1:09 am / Reply

    Im waiting on the Meyers Trioplan 35 for my x-pro2. what mount and lens converter you use?

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