Unpacking my Camera Bag

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  1. Smilemon

    Smilemon TPF Noob!

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    I always keep this with me in my car. Its my OM-1, Some extra batteries for the light meter, lens cleaning cloths, a little mono pod is still in the bag. My f 2.8 100 mm Zukio lens, my f 1.2 55 mm, my 50 mm , my 75 - 150 and my Sigma 28 - 80. I like to shoot with my 55mm for low light and my 100mm for almost anything else. I shoot black and white film and its a very forgiving camera. It even made my dear old ma look good.

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  2. If it's always in the car, make sure it doesn't get too hot...

    ... and then I looked at your Location!
     
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    Lol, never had an overheating problem... I've had it freeze a few times before. -40 at night in the winters. As long as you warm it up slow its fine, the battery takes for ever to warm up though, so I end up without a light meter if it freezes.
     
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    usayit No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    hehee.. I bet up in Alaska....
     

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