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My gear and lenses

My Gear and lenses
Canon EOS 550D with Magic Lantern
LCDVF with Bluestar Eye Cushion

Cokin filter adapter
2x Hoods
52mm adapter
55mm adapter
77mm adapter
Cokin 2 star filter
Cokin CPL 164
Cokin Gradial ND8
Cokin ND 4
Tian Ya ND8
Tian Ya ND16

Canon 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 kitlens
Canon 50mm f1.8 mark2

Zenitar 16mm f2.8 Fisheye
Vivitar 28mm f2
Sigma 28mm f1.8
Sigma 28-70mm f2.8
Vivitar 35-85mm f2.8
Olympus 35-70mm f4
Olympus Zuiko Auto S 50mm f1.4
Pentax Super Takumar 50mm f1.4
Porst Color Reflex 55mm f1.2
Tamron 70-300 f4- 5.6
Tokina ATX pro 80-200mm f2.8

My gear
B&W outdoor case
Modified laptop backpack with my own logo with inner bag of an other camera bag.
Camelbag for hydration so I can keep filming without having to take too much breaks.
Lowepro lens bag
Sigma lens bag came with 28mm f1.8

Manfrotto Videopod / monopod 560B with Rc700 head
Manfrotto quickrelease plate
Velbon RUP-L43 monopod
Velbon tripod
Velbon tripod dolly
Hage MMC Steadicam
Flash Bracket
DIY slider with Manfrotto head
Small mini tripod

6x Eneloop AA bateries lost two that why there are 6 instead of 8
3x LP-E8 Batteries

Toshiba 16gb Class 4
Toshiba 16gb Class 6

F&V LED60 with two extra Sony batteries
48LED UFO light

Yoga Superzoom vidmike EM2800
2x Bolun wr601
Sennheiser HD128 headphone

And tons of wires to wire up multi mikes and live audio monitoring.
However I never take everything with me to an event or a film set. It will always be just a certain amount that is enough for the certain scenes ans shots that are made for that day.


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