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06/25/2005 10:07:43 PM · #1
I just switched from one camera bag to another - about the third time I am switching. With the variety of things I have carried (little flashlight, paperclip, plastic bag, in addition to the expected things), I was wondering what others carry in their bags. Do tell....
06/25/2005 10:10:04 PM · #2
game boy
silica gel
keys
wallet
checkbook(s)
like 12 pens
memory cards
cologne
sharpie
06/25/2005 10:13:27 PM · #3
Oh - yeah, I forgot the wallet and the keys!
06/25/2005 10:16:56 PM · #4
I have two bags. A lowepro mini trekker AW and a Lowepro over the shoulder bag which is a good bit smaller. Lately, I've just been throwing my camera in the shoulder bag and running out the door. I usually leave my 75-300 at home because I think it produces results that leave a lot to be desired (but that's another story).

Anyway, back to the topic at hand. I just throw my camera in the bag and run out the door (that's it, nothing else in it). If I'm heading out for a while, I'll bring my backpack and in there, I have my lenses, a lens cleaning cloth, lens caps, tripod adapter, case for my UV filters incase I want to take them off (haven't taken them off in a while), pen & note pad in a seperate compartment incase the pen leaks or explodes. Soon there should be a 17-40L or possibly a 70-200 f4L and a 420ex or 550ex. Man I wish I could just win the lottery.
06/25/2005 10:44:34 PM · #5
Too much stuff to mention, besides if it gets opened it explodes all over the place like one of those gag cans that the spring snake jumps out of...

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06/25/2005 10:48:30 PM · #6
diapers, cookies and gum
06/25/2005 11:23:16 PM · #7
camera, extra battery, extra camera cards, cell phone, i-tunes, gum, motrin, pepper sray, snake bite kit, binoculars, GPS, money and camera manual and some extra zip lock bags..... oh and an AZ Forest Service map.
06/25/2005 11:36:40 PM · #8
I have a non working pentax K1000, several filters (colored & polarized),lense hoods, empty film canisters,several lenses from 175 zoom to 210,wide lenses and such,extra batteries for the flash. A hot foot flash, lense cleaning kit,2x tele-converter,Cokin fliter system with film book. I think that about does it....
06/26/2005 12:22:42 AM · #9
Off bug spray, sun block, ipod and a dog leash.
06/26/2005 12:44:43 AM · #10
lets see i have 2 bags...the small backpack holds my camera and collapsable tripod, a bottle of water wallet car keys cleaning kit pain meds and a tiny purple monkey...the other bag is the size of a large fanny pack that goes over my shoulder...i take my camera out of the first and leave the rest of the stuff in the car....the shoulder bag has my converter lenses(telephoto, wide angle, fish eye and macro) conversion tube, extra memory cards and batteries as well as another cleaning kit and my cell phone
06/26/2005 12:53:23 AM · #11
I have enough "extra" room for exactly one band-aid.
06/26/2005 03:34:55 PM · #12
I have been prompted to clean out my bag - has anyone else?
Only thing now is that I am afraid when I go out that I will not have what I need.....rghhh
06/26/2005 04:19:26 PM · #13
Hi! Mine name is Kadi and I have a "stuff" problem. Can I join this group?

I use my camera bag as my "bag"...purse and photo equipment...I carry it everywhere with me, yes even the grocery. All I keep in it are the "essentials"...well, and maybe some just-in-cases. Don't worry about the band-aid, Telehubbie, I'm sure I can find one for you.

O.k. how many of you think you could win big bucks from Monte Hall based on what you carry? (You do remember Monte, don't you?)
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