• Billingham Hadley Pro
    (Black/Black)
  • Lock & Lock
    Sports Handy Bottle
    500ml
  • Soligor Digital Spotmeter
  • LensPen
  • A12 magazine
    (Kodak Portra 400VC)
  • A12 magazine
    (Ilford FP4 Plus)
  • Hasselblad 500C/M
  • Zeiss Planar T* 2,8/80 CF lens
  • Cable release
  • B60 to 62mm adapter ring
  • Hoya 62mm red filter (25A)
  • Hoya 62mm yellow filter (K2)
  • Kodak Portra 400VC
  • Kodak Ektar 100
  • Kodak T-MAX 400
  • Redoxon container (empty)
  • SP40 strap
  • Artisan & Artist*
    Hassy strap

What's in my bag 2011

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Billingham Hadley Pro (Black/Black)
Hasselblad 500C/M
Zeiss Planar T* 2,8/80 CF lens
A12 magazine (with Ilford FP4 Plus)
A12 magazine (with Kodak Portra 400VC)
Soligor Digital Spotmeter
Lock & Lock Sports Handy Bottle
Redoxon container (for storing finished roll of film)
B60 to 62mm adapter ring
Hoya 62mm red filter (25A)
Hoya 62mm yellow filter (K2)
Kodak Portra 400VC
Kodak Ektar 100
Kodak TMAX 400
Cable release
LensPen

KPetersen Photo, Jesse J. Taylor, and 49 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. GenkiGenki 44 months ago | reply

    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

  2. alkanphel 44 months ago | reply

    Why like that? You can do a similar photo once you get your Contax 645 :DDD

  3. jeyku 43 months ago | reply

    very nice - do you have any extra padding for the hasselblad in the bag?

  4. alkanphel 43 months ago | reply

    Thanks! Yes there is padding inside the Billingham bag, and they are adjustable so you can create a snug compartment for the Hasselblad.

  5. kiwishooting 43 months ago | reply

    Hi
    Beautiful and design !
    How many lens you can put in this bag with the body+one lense?
    Thanks
    Regards

  6. alkanphel 43 months ago | reply

    Thanks! If you put in 1 body with 1 lens, there is extra space for at least 2 more lenses, or even 3-4 in total depending on how big/small the lenses are.

  7. kiwishooting 43 months ago | reply

    Thanks
    Its for a hasselblad 500CM with 80mm and a 40mm distagon
    ( and 2 A12 back)
    Regards

  8. alkanphel 43 months ago | reply

    Yes there's definitely enough space for the Hasselblad+80mm+A12 in the main compartment, then in the other 2 sub-compartments you can put the 40mm in one and stack 2x A12 backs in the other. It's going to be quite heavy on your shoulder though.

  9. camaro_muscle 42 months ago | reply

    Hey nice steup, but can you please explain to me the red and yellow filters?

  10. alkanphel 42 months ago | reply

    Thanks! The red & yellow filters are used when I'm shooting with b&w film. The yellow filter is used most of the time and it improves overall contrast. The red filter is used when I want more dramatic black skies and punchy clouds.

  11. AbrahamC. 35 months ago | reply

    This has got to be the most legit think i've seen in... forever. Great setup!

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