My weekend/personal shooting bag. Strictly film and these days just medium format.
Starting from the top:
ThinkTank Retrospective 30 (a gift from my lovely wife) - this is an awesome bag. I have been a fan of ThinkTank bags for quite some time, discrete but holds everything my shoulders and back can carry.
Google Nexus 5 32GB - Great phone, plus since I am a bit of a tech geek it is very easy to tinker with. Currently running Slim Rom 4.4.4 v.7.0 Stable
Retro 1951- Business card case
Pentax 120/220 Film Holders - 220 holders have been converted to 120 compatibility.
Pentax 200mm f4 - Very sharp medium telephoto comparable to a 125mm lens in 35mm format.
Pentax 150mm f3.5 - Superb portrait lens comparable to a 90mm lens in 35mm format.
Pentax Body/Rear Lens Cap
Japan Camera Hunter 120 Film Holder - These JCH film holders are awesome. I need to order a couple more.
Film - Ilford Pan F, Hp5 +, Kodak Extar 100 and Portra 400 are what I am mainly shooting these days. B&W is developed at home and color goes to Harmon’s Photo here in Gainesville for development.
Pentax 645N with Pentax 55mm f2.8 - This is the newer of the two bodies and is capable of auto focus. I usually keep this paired with the stellar Pentax 55mm as it is comparable to a 35mm lens when compared to the 35mm format and that suits my way of shooting best.
Pentax 645 with Pentax 75mm f2.8 LS - My older manual focus only P645. This body is usually paired with the 150mm but for the photo I left on the 75mm LS. The 75mm LS is one of two leaf shutter lenses that Pentax made available for the P645 System. Unlike the Mamiya’s the Pentax system utilized a focal plane shutter in the camera body much like 35mm and current DSLR cameras. This meant that with the Pentax 645 system you were constrained with a slow flash sync speed unless you opted for one of the leaf shutter lenses which allowed flash sync up to 1/500th of a second. I have found that this particular lens is very sharp.
Sekonic L308B - My trusty incident/flash meter. The light metering systems in both the Pentax’s have been very reliable but I do find that for shooting B&W using an incident meter to be a bit better. Also when I am shooting flash, you just have to have one.
Google Nexus 7 LTE (2013) - A great tablet, I much prefer this to my work issued iPad. Better size plus I am not a fan of iOS.