In your bag number 9, this time it is the wonderful Mr. Mijonju!
Now I am sure many of you don’t need an introduction for Mijonju, but just in case you don’t know let me fill you in a little. Mijonju is crazy about cameras, completely crazy. He runs The Mijonju Show, a very popular youtube show about cameras and camera geekery. He also runs Shutterlog, a very cool youtube channel just about people releasing the shutter on their favourite camera. Mijonju also has a very cool website called circlerectangle which you should check out. But that is not all, the enigma that is Mijonju has a flickr too, which shows us that he is not just a camera nerd, he is a damn good photographer too.
It is really cool of Mijonju to share his bag with us, as I have always wondered what he keeps in that huge thing. Every time I see him he has a massive bag and now I know what he has inside it
The Bag: A giant leather vintage bag, bought from a second hand store. This thing can hold everything on earth, seriously.
On the bag: A nice little pin by a famous artist and friend from Singapore miun.sg
In the bag: Leica M9 w/50mm Summicron F2 (lens from Japancamerahunter)
Pink ONTO headphones
Vivienne Westwood sunglasses
Smaller bag for everything else (with a camera on it)
Wallet with no money, but with an impossible project pioneer card and a Lomography VIP card
Infobar A01 Chocomint phone
Business card holder
Moleskine for all the bullshit in my head
Ricoh GR21 compact camera (super awesome)
Bluetooth headphone input
Voightlander VC clip on meter
Eneloop battery charger for the phone (essential)
Polaroid 190 with a beautiful Japanese camera strap (from Japancamerahunter)
Wow, what a bag, and what contents. There are three cameras that I would happily use for the rest of my life right there. Brilliant, thanks Mijonju, you rock.
Mijonju is on twitter mijonju@twitter
And this picture is on Flickr
Keep them coming folks, get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com. Send me a hi resolution image of the bag (please make sure it is horizontal) and its contents, with some details about yourself and what you shoot. Oh and don’t forget your contact details (twitter, flickr, tumbler et al).