As the title says,
What's in your camera bag.
Nikon D700/MBD10 copy
Fuji S2 Pro
Sigma 70-200 2.8
Nikon 50 1.4D
Nikon 85 1.8D
Nikon 28 F4 PC
Nikon 35-70 F3.3
Nikon 18-70 3.5 AFS
Nikon SB28dx Flash
Joby Gorilla DSLR pod
Spare CF cards.
(Methinks I need a bigger bag!!!)
2008 CW R32 5Dr DSG 650hp 3.6 Twin Turbo, Custom CPC SS exhaust, CPC DSG Tune, CPC Custom ECU Tune, KW Clubsports, 8 piston Brembo 365x34 Audi RS rotor, 4 piston Brembo 335x32 Audi RS Rotor, SP Alloy arms, SP bushes, H&R sway bars, HRE R40 18x9 ET40, HRE Titanium wheel bolts, Michelin SS 245/35/18. flared rear guards, Flared front fenders, VW Motorsport carbon bonnet, INA Oil Cooler, INA DSG Cooler, PWR radiator. www.VAGtuning.com.au
- canon 7D
- speedlite 430EX
- sigma 10-20mm
- sigma 17-70mm
- UV filters to fit of the lenses above
- remote trigger
- 4x 4gb sandisk extreme III (i dont risk having 1 or 2 16gb incase it gets corrupted)
- shitty canon 100-300mm lens. i rarely use it but when i do it takes ages of photoshopping to make the images look 'right'
- card reader
- compact charger
- battery grip 8x AA battery backup clip
its no surprise that by day 8 of my 14 day trip to japan i had chronic shoulder and neck pains from trying to compensate carrying all my gear around. had to get a couple of japanese massages to make me right again. unfortunately no the kind of massages everyone is thinking..
11 CW Golf R | DSG | 5 Door | ACC | RVC | Bluetooth | Leather | Dynaudio | Bluefin Stage 2 | VWR Intake | TurboXS Dump | Euro Plate Delete | P3 Display | 42DD Catch Can | + more to come ...
- 50mm f/1.8
- Manfrotto X190XDB/804RC2 tripod
- GoPro HD (and car mounts)
- Sony HDR-CX130E (with car mount)
- iPhone car mount
- Remote trigger
- Spare SD cards
- Spare batteries for other devices
And yes...my bag is heavy and big lol
Would like to add a few filters and a 14-24mm f/2.8 AF-S to the bag as well, but have other things I need to spend money on (like car mods )
-Canon 28mm F1.8 USM
-Canon 24-70mm L F2.8 USM Plus Lens hood.
-Lens hood for 28mm
-Canon Speedlite 580 ex II
-UV filter for both Lens
Just essentials really, into low light photography
Canon 5d MK2 with various lenses
Sony A700 with more various lenses
You can never call yourself a real enthusiast when you judge. When you mix the immature and mature, you get this car scene we have today. No matter what, every car is winning in their own ways. If you don't like a certain vehicle, just keep your mouth shut. No one needs to hear negative comments. Just enjoy everything.
interesting thread.. my camera bag is loaded to the gills ... this list is what I carry in my two Camera Bags.
Camera Bag I
Bag = Billingham Hadley Pro Large
Body = Canon 7D
Compact = Panasonic GX1
Flash = Canon Speedlite 580 EX II
Lens = EF 24-105 F4L IS USM
Lens = EF 70-200 F2.8 IS USM II
Lens = EF 85 F1.8 USM
Lens = Sigma EX 50 F1.4
Mic = Senheiser MKE 400
Remote = Hahnel Combi TF (Remote Flash Trigger and Camera Remote Control)
Remote = Canon Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3
Remote = RC-6
Memory = Sandisk 8GB Ultra and Sandisk 32Gb Extreme CF cards
Camera Bag II
Bag = Billingham F/Stop 1.4
Lens = Canon 28-300 F3.5-5.6L IS
Lens = EF 24-70 F2.8L USM II
Lens = Sigma EX 10-22 F3.5
Filters = Cokin Filter system
Flash = Canon Speedlite 580 EX II
Flash = Canon Speedlite 430 EX II
Triggers = Hahnel Flash Triggers (a whole stack of them)
Triggers = Pocket Wizard Flex TT5 x 2 and Pocket Wizard Mini TT1
Tripod = Manfrotto 055 Carbon Fibre Q90 3 Section Tripod
Tripod = Manfrotto 718SHB compact tripod
Monopod = Manfrotto Magfiber 4 Section (Carbon Fibre)
A big bag of light stands, umbrellas and clamps!!!
Last edited by Robby_jai; 03-03-2012 at 08:12 PM.
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon EOS 5
Carl Zeiss 50mm ZE 1.4 Planar T*
Canon 85mm 1.8 USM
Two cheap flashes
800w Redhead Studio light
Kodak Ektachrome E100VS x4
Kodak Portra 160 x2
Kodak Portra 800 x1
50GB of flash cards
Olympus OM-10 with 50/1.8 (fossil)
Polariser (no idea why, I don't even have lenses to use it on anymore!)
Lowepro bags x3
4x various LaCie Hard Drives
Used to own:
17-40 F4L (fuzzy, contrasty)
430/580 Ex flashes (too expensive to break and replace)
All of which has paid for itself many many times over. I have managed to get away with a very tight kit because I know what I like to shoot with, and I like things that are complication free. Having an indestructible metal, manual lens, cheap replaceable flashes (clients always knock them over) and a small body has proved to be a great combo for the work I do.
nice kit oliver!!!