字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey, Jon here with Prime Studios Photography, and I was about to go out and do some street photography, which is one of my favorite things to do. And it occurred to me you guys might actually want to see what I actually carry my camera bag. So I have two main camera bags. This one is my smaller one. This is the Tenba Messenger 11, I think. It's got some magnetic clips here... some Velcro... Which, what's nice about this Velcro is that if you pull down before you pull out, it actually makes it way more quiet. So if you need to open your bag someplace quiet, like a church. The camera I'm shooting with at the moment is the Fuji 645Zi. And I really love this camera. It's a medium format film camera. It's got auto-focus, auto zoom, and actually I have a whole video on how to use it. But yeah, it's definitely my favorite so far. Right now I'm using a Peak Design hand strap with it. I almost always have a secondary camera with me and right now I'm carrying my Olympus XA as my second camera. And this is a 35mm camera, also one of my favorites. It's nice because, what will happen a lot of the time is I'll shoot all the film for this camera and I'll still want to keep shooting, and so I'll have this one with me and if it gets dark, I have a flash. I usually also take a small tripod. Which this is the...it's a Benro tripod. And what's nice about it is the head is strong enough to hold the weight of these cameras fairly easily. But it's also a selfie stick. So sometimes I'll take a phone adapter with me and then I also use it for my other camera, my third camera, that I keep in here. So my third camera that I carry with me, and I love that these are all so small, this is a Insta360 EVO, and this is a VR180 camera. So it's kind of like my hobby within photography. I like both film and digital. This one can fold and turn into a 360 camera. And so far I really like this one. I've been having fun with it. Because I'm shooting with the Fuji 645, I also have some extra medium format film here, Provia, which is a slide film and Acros, which is a black-and-white film. What's nice about this bag is this whole interior can actually slide out completely. So I can use this padded interior for another bag or I can take the shoulder bag and use it for something other than a camera bag. As far as things that I always carry with me That are always in this bag, one of them is this remote for film cameras. Because I'll sometimes use this bag for my Mamiya C220 Twin-lens reflex (TLR) camera, because it fits right in there. I also carry a little pouch here, a Peak Design pouch and this one has like a little Allen wrench and some extra anchors in case one of them breaks. Because I use the Peak Design system for most of my stuff. On the front here, these are things I also always keep in here. So at the top are a microfiber cloth and then a little brush thing. I also always have a film retriever for 35mm film and I actually have a video on how to use this. And I always keep a few extra rolls of film. So here's some 120 in Provia and Acros and then some 35mm, also Provia and Acros. And then one of the most important tools I carry, A quarter. Nice as a screwdriver for like the battery compartments of the cameras, quick-release plate sometimes... So it's always a good idea to have a quarter with you. And the one nice thing I really like about this bag is this top zipper, and also the fact that all the zippers have these little loops on them. So I can just open up the top zipper and get right into the bag without having to lift open the flap, which is really nice. So I hope you guys find it interesting what I take with me when I do street photography. I will leave links down below to any of these products that I can. If you click on those links and buy something it does help out my channel, so thank you very much if you do that. And if you have any questions, just let me know below. Make sure to give a thumbs up and subscribe! Thanks!