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    What's in your Camera Bag?

    After seeing the photo thread, it got me wondering what my fellow Tom Bihn enthusiasts are using in their camera bag. I'll start!

    My Camera is a Nikon d3100 dSLR.
    My lenses are an 18-55mm AF-S VR with a 3.5-5.6 f/stop and a 55-200mm AF-S VR with a 4-5.6 f/stop. Due to me having a d3100--the auto focus forces me to use the AF-S lenses to have the camera do the focusing for me. (I really didn't know much about cameras when I bought mine--learning more every day!)

    I'm thinking about get a 50mm lens--as they seem to be very versatile--however since my camera is a DX and not full framed, it makes the image close to 75mm. Perhaps the 35mm would work better.

    Anyways, looking back to your replies!

    Black/Steel/Wasabi Super Ego, Cardinal/Steel 15"/13" Cadet, Cardinal/Steel Aeronaut, Olive/Cayenne 13" Ristretto, Camera Insert/Outsert, Horizontal Freudian Slip, 13" MBA Cache, Brain Cell for 13" Macbook, Steel Snake Charmer, FoT/FoJ pouch, Organizer Wallet, and more organizer pouches than I can shake a stick at.

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    I use 2 Canon 40D bodies 1 with a Battery Grip.
    Canon 17-55mm 2.8
    Canon 10-22mm 3.5-4.5
    Canon 70-200 4.0L
    Canon Nifty 50 1.8
    Variety of Strobist gear for multiple off-camera flash

    Also carry around a Canon G10 or Lumix ZS5 ALL the time.

    Also carry a Nikon D40 kit in the truck w/35mm 1.8 and 55-200

    Sounds a lot like my Bihn Habit doesn't it?

    I can also stop this one anytime!

    Lately I have been working with the Eye-Fi cards which are memory cards with wifi built-in. They call them the bottomless memory card.
    Once you get them working they are pretty interesting.

    I did an Event a few moths ago using 4 of them in 4 cheap Olympus P&S cameras and they automatically uploaded to Mac Mini's connected to projectors.
    I gave the Party goers the cameras and they shot like crazy and the images formed an instant slide show,it was a Hit!.

    There just is not enough time to play with everything I want to.

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by AVService View Post
    Lately I have been working with the Eye-Fi cards which are memory cards with wifi built-in. They call them the bottomless memory card.
    Once you get them working they are pretty interesting.

    I did an Event a few moths ago using 4 of them in 4 cheap Olympus P&S cameras and they automatically uploaded to Mac Mini's connected to projectors.
    I gave the Party goers the cameras and they shot like crazy and the images formed an instant slide show,it was a Hit!.

    There just is not enough time to play with everything I want to.

    Ed
    That is extremely cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AVService View Post
    I use 2 Canon 40D bodies 1 with a Battery Grip.
    Canon 17-55mm 2.8
    Canon 10-22mm 3.5-4.5
    Canon 70-200 4.0L
    Canon Nifty 50 1.8
    Variety of Strobist gear for multiple off-camera flash

    Also carry around a Canon G10 or Lumix ZS5 ALL the time.

    Also carry a Nikon D40 kit in the truck w/35mm 1.8 and 55-200

    Sounds a lot like my Bihn Habit doesn't it?

    I can also stop this one anytime!

    Lately I have been working with the Eye-Fi cards which are memory cards with wifi built-in. They call them the bottomless memory card.
    Once you get them working they are pretty interesting.

    I did an Event a few moths ago using 4 of them in 4 cheap Olympus P&S cameras and they automatically uploaded to Mac Mini's connected to projectors.
    I gave the Party goers the cameras and they shot like crazy and the images formed an instant slide show,it was a Hit!.

    There just is not enough time to play with everything I want to.

    Ed
    Haha, yea. I just ordered a cheapish Tripod with ball head and a corded remote for my night shots. Even with a VR lens, night shots pretty much impossible. I'm looking at getting a 50mm lens--however with me not being on a full framed sensor, it turns more into a 75mm effective. Maybe the 35 1.8.

    Black/Steel/Wasabi Super Ego, Cardinal/Steel 15"/13" Cadet, Cardinal/Steel Aeronaut, Olive/Cayenne 13" Ristretto, Camera Insert/Outsert, Horizontal Freudian Slip, 13" MBA Cache, Brain Cell for 13" Macbook, Steel Snake Charmer, FoT/FoJ pouch, Organizer Wallet, and more organizer pouches than I can shake a stick at.

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