In your bag 260, [•] InFrame Photography
Got a bag for you today from someone who has been on the site before. [•] InFrame was featured a while back for his outstanding collection of Canon cameras, and now he is back with his amazing bag shot. Look at all of that lovely gear, and there is more inside. Come and have a look.
As Bellamy knows my online name is known as [•] InFrame Photography from Sydney, Australia.
I’m a former Crime Scene Officer that videoed and photographed homicides, critical incidents and disasters for years for the Police Force.
I wanted to share my street bag which is minimalist but great for having on the go to capture my life with my friends and family.
Why the Leica? After a number of reasons the straw that broke the camels back was I finally became fed up with the life span of a digital camera’s after the end of a long run with the Canon 5D which has lasted a tough 6 years but when you spend big dollars on a new digital camera it hurts when the sensor becomes ratty with dust etc over time making it worthless so I jumped ship to the Leica M series knowing that I will have a precision piece of camera equipment that will last for life. Carrying less weight is also a contributing factor as it easily adds up with the Canon gear.
My video kit bag a Lowepro Magnum DV 6500 bag contains a serious bit of kit collected over time. And I wanted to share this for the importance of multi skilling and encouraging people to expand their skills with video with all the new camera’s like the 5D Mark III or Nikon D800 changing the industry. You can’t sit back and limit yourself as just a photographer it really is too competitive in this world to offer just photography.
In the future pipeline for [•] InFrame I would hopefully like to do a documentary video on my life and other crime scene veterans. My other hobby in the works I’m about to start testing Leica glass on the Panasonic GH2 considering all the hype on Micro 4/3 camera’s and especially try create the perfect panoramic landscape. I think there no better way to do it with other than a Leica Len’s or two and share that experience on my Flickr page http://www.flickr.com/photos/inframeimaging/
I love the look of black and white photography and processing my own film. It is the best way to test your photography skills and returning to film really improves your digital photography.
Hidesign (Hipster Bag)
Leica M7 with 35mm Summicron F2 ASPH with Mr Zhou case
Leica MP with 50mm Summicron F2
Leica Bible reading book
Smith & Wesson Special Tactical knife
LED Lenser torch
Two Packets of Ilford HP5
Ace of Spades Zippo Lighter
Canon 5D Mark III with 50mm 1.2L, 24-105mm f4L
Edelkrone Pocket Rig
Panasonic GH2 with Canon FD 24mm f2.8
Canon FD 28mm f2.8 S.S.C Lens
Canon Speedlite Flash
Canon shutter release cable
Panasonic shutter release cable. (In front Manfrotto SPH-303 Panoramic Head and 190X Tripod).
Lowepro Magnum DV 6500 bag
5D Mark III or GH2
Edelkrone DSLR Camera Rig Modula 5
Sony Monitor CLM-V55, Heaps of batteries, Manfrotto LED top light
Heap of CF and SD Cards
Anyway hope all the JCH followers enjoy seeing a little bit of video camera bags to add to the mix.
Thanks for sharing your fantastic bags on here, it is good to see you on the site again. That is quite a Leica collection you have amassed since we last saw you.
Check out InFrame’s flickr page and make sure you come and comment, we love to hear your comments.
Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so 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). Send the bag shots here.