IN YOUR BAG: 1738 – Marc Holstein

For this week’s installment of “In Your Bag” we have Marc. Marc has not had one, not two, not three, but four ‘In Your Bag posts. Here is his fifth:

Hello my name is Marc Holstein and since I will be going on vacation soon I decided to share the bag that I will be taking on the trip with you. The bag itself is an old Domke F2 that I have had for quite a while and that I love for city trips.

The Bag

Inside the Bag I have my favorite setup which consists of the following :
Hasselblad Xpan with the 45mm, I got this camera before the hype around it started and it has been traveling with me all over the world. So far I did not have any issues with it, and I will shoot it
as long as I can.
Hasselblad 203 FE with the 110/2.  My favorite Hasselblad as it allows me to shoot the Planar 110 and has a max Shutter speed of 1/2000. This has been my dream camera for a long time and I am very glad I finally had the chance to get one. I also have the FE50 2.8, which also renders amazing. It is quite heavy though.
Leica MP with the 50 Lux. a classic that does not need an introduction.
Canon AS 1 underrated waterproof Point and Shoot that is (still) a bargain.
I let my friends at Foto Express Frankfurt develop my rolls but I do scan everything myself.
*Not in the photo is a Sekonic 358 light meter that I use. the Straps are Artisan & Artist on the MP, Clever Supply CO on the Xpan and Tanner Goods converted to Peak Anchor on the Hassy.  

Social Media

Instagram : @Marc Holstein


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Send me a high resolution image of the bag. Optimum size is 1500px across. Please ensure there is a bag in the shot, unless you don’t use one. The more you can write about yourself the better, make it appealing and tell us a story. Snapshots of your gear with a camera phone and no words will not be featured.
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