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So what’s in my camera bag?

This year is all about mobile photography for me. The key to a mobile photography setup to me means minimal equipment that works well on the fly.

Originally I was planning to do a video but the current events of the country have put a restriction on travel to the studio. I likely still will though when the ban has been lifted to go more in depth as to why I use the equipment I do.

When it comes to mobile photography your setup needs to be concise and portable- with each piece of equipment being high quality and fast.

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This load is centered around the 2018 Apple iPad Pro 12.9 x iPhone XR (w/ D-Brand skins) for a complete mobile solution.
Imaging equipment wise; my main camera is still the Sony A7RII.
The lenses I carry are the Tamron 28-75f28 and a vintage Mamiya/Sekor 55f14.

Supporting imaging equipment is:
Insta360 One X
Insta360 Go

I’m a huge 360 nerd and absolutely love the format which is something I initially thought was complete novelty. It really grew on me, and FAST.

One of the first 360 images I ever took. This was on the Kodak PIXPRO Orbit 360 4K

The One X is astounding for Virtual Tours and the Go is perfect for short form story content. Its ease of use and effortless workflow really put it in its own lane. Insta360 has done amazing job really pushing the market here.

I carry all my extras in a Mizatto tech pouch. I chose this because it’s as dope as the Peak Design tech pouch for half the cost.
In it I carry a Western Digital-My Passport Wireless Pro for external drive storage, various cables, an Anker battery bank, an Anker USB-C hub, and little odds and ends. (Like Sony batteries)

I carry this mainly in my Tenba DNA 15 messenger bag, but will occasionally change the bag based on the activity that day.


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