So what is in your camera bag?

13 years 8 months ago #4642 by Foxy Girl
I'm new here and looking to get to know people. So what's in your camera bag? I was on another forum and this question was a good one, it gives me idea's on what's hot and what's not. he he he

BTW I'm Cynthia


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13 years 8 months ago #4653 by Solstar
A little of everything depending on what I'm doing....
Lenses (all Canon unless noted): 10-22mm, 28-135mm (not my favorite), Sigma 50mm f1.4, 85mm f1.8
A couple of 550ex flashes, a 30D, circular polarizers and a Canon D10 (underwater) point and shoot for goofing off at the beach or in the jungle.


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13 years 8 months ago #4655 by Monster
D300 which is my pride and joy, D90 and a variety of lenses and flash.


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13 years 8 months ago #4679 by bhowdy
Since I shoot primarily wildlife my camera bag is not like most folks ......
Canon 1D MarkIII and Canon 7D bodies, Lens ...... Canon 500mm f/4IS, Canon 100-400, Canon 70-200, Canon 100mm macro, Canon 17-40, Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon 580EX flash w/ Better Beamer, bunches of filters and gadgets ..... oh and two tripods .... Gitzo 5541 carbon fiber and a Manfrotto 190XPro

Bob Howdeshell

"If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera" ~ Lewis Hine

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13 years 7 months ago #5239 by Foxy Girl

bhowdy wrote: Since I shoot primarily wildlife my camera bag is not like most folks ......
Canon 1D MarkIII and Canon 7D bodies, Lens ...... Canon 500mm f/4IS, Canon 100-400, Canon 70-200, Canon 100mm macro, Canon 17-40, Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon 580EX flash w/ Better Beamer, bunches of filters and gadgets ..... oh and two tripods .... Gitzo 5541 carbon fiber and a Manfrotto 190XPro


You have a few lenses that are pretty good size, that has got to be a suitcase you are totting around? :cheer: Which set up do you use the most?


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13 years 6 months ago #7804 by LMAY
My Canon Rebel XTi a few lens' and my lipstick!! Not in my bag, but in one of it's own is my tripod.


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13 years 6 months ago - 13 years 6 months ago #8001 by bhowdy
Cynthia -- My primary wildlife combo is the 1D MarkIII with the 500mm lens, but I always have a smaller zoom for the times when the subject is too close for the 500mm. Usually the 70-200 on one of other camera bodies

LMay - The lipstick comment is outstanding!

Bob Howdeshell

"If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera" ~ Lewis Hine

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13 years 6 months ago #8762 by Scotty
In the studio, Nikon d3x and H4D-40 and 50 hasselblads.


Personal use, Nikon d3s and d700 with 14-24G, 24-70G, 70-200 VR II.


Lee big stopper filter, Lee 150 filter kit (14-24). B+W Kaeser multi-coat polarizer (thin.)

Sekonic Light meter, etc.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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13 years 6 months ago #8764 by Stealthy Ninja

Scotty wrote: In the studio, Nikon d3x and H4D-40 and 50 hasselblads.


Personal use, Nikon d3s and d700 with 14-24G, 24-70G, 70-200 VR II.


Lee big stopper filter, Lee 150 filter kit (14-24). B+W Kaeser multi-coat polarizer (thin.)

Sekonic Light meter, etc.


That's quite a list Scotty. Must have cost you a lot of $$. ;)

In my bag right now is D3s + Sigma 50 1.4 Which is the combo I carry with me all the time.

I will probably replace the D3s with a 2nd hand D700 soonish for every day stuff, just for something a bit lighter.
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13 years 6 months ago #8768 by Monster

Scotty wrote: In the studio, Nikon d3x and H4D-40 and 50 hasselblads.


Personal use, Nikon d3s and d700 with 14-24G, 24-70G, 70-200 VR II.


Lee big stopper filter, Lee 150 filter kit (14-24). B+W Kaeser multi-coat polarizer (thin.)

Sekonic Light meter, etc.


How do you like the Lee big stopper filter? I have been shopping around for months trying to find one. No one has it in stock. I have even called up Lee filters in CA and they don't have anything either.


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13 years 6 months ago #8772 by Scotty
Love it.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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13 years 6 months ago #9167 by KZAM

Scotty wrote: Love it.


I bet you do, considering there is a waiting list from you know where!

I don't need no stink'in Signature! ha ha ha
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13 years 5 months ago #10920 by crystal
Nikon D80 (I'm hoping real soon the Nikon D7000)
18-135mm
105mm macro
50-500mm
50mm
lensbaby
Epson portrable drive
tripod
monopod
macro sliding plate
memory cards and batteries
food and water (I know this sounds like a default answer), but my camera bag carries a bladder.
clothes if needed.
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