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    Whats in your Wallet?

    This saying is a ad for capital one credit cards here in the states. But this begs the question GetDPI 4/3rd members. What is in your wallet? Now wallet does not have to be a billfold either.

    I'll start. Still waiting to get to my gear

    GF1
    20mm 1.7
    14-45 Kit lens
    EVF

    And I have no wallet to put it in. Guess i will use my vest pockets
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    GH1, 7-14, 14-140, 17mm, m4/3 nikon adaptor on shelf, GRD3 in wallet, on my belt!
    Last edited by ddk; 14th October 2009 at 06:55.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Strange saying. The money for the same items as yours (plus the 7-14) is gone already. So not in my wallet or credit card. So I'd say about nothing in my wallet. Waiting for the mail though! ;-)
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    More than I can carry in my pockets LOL. Embarrassing!!!

    G1, GF1, 17 f/2.8 (should sell), 20 f/1.7, 14-45, 45-200, 9-18, MA-1 adaptor, 5 FDs with FD adaptor and Konica Hexanon to use with MA-1--plus an EOS to m4/3rds--mainly to use EF 45 TS and Lensbaby 2.0. I'm waiting for my GF1 EVF---and mulling over buying the 45 f/2.8. Need to sell off some less used Canon gear to bankroll this format which I find myself carrying more often.

    I really can choose just 2 or 3 lenses to carry for the day---or even just one if I carry the GF1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I'll start. Still waiting to get to my gear

    GF1
    20mm 1.7
    14-45 Kit lens
    EVF
    When all my gear gets here I will have what you have plus the adaptor for Leica M lenses.

    And my real wallet will be much lighter.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    G1
    14-45
    45-200
    Adapters for LTM, M & R lens.

    Wanting the GF1, 20 & 7-14. But will have to wait...

    Robert.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    OK, my wallet is rather larger for the moment....

    G1/GH1/GF1/EP-1
    7-14, 14-45, 14-140, 45-200, 20, 45 on order
    25 lux
    14-42, 17

    4/3-m4/3 adapter
    m4/3 - m adapter

    FL - 36 flash
    FL - 14 flash

    Other misc goodies....

    On a truck EVF
    Last edited by Terry; 14th October 2009 at 09:35.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    G1
    14-45
    25/1.4
    Voigtlander M-m43 adapter
    21 Elmarit
    28 Summicron
    35 Summicron
    50 Summicron
    50 Summilux
    90 Summicron
    90 Tele Elmarit
    135 Tele Elmar

    Rayqual Nikon F-m43 adapter
    20/2.8
    35/1.4
    50/1.4
    55/2.8
    105/2.5
    1802/8

    Tomorrow:
    GF1
    20/1.7
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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Sounds like a suitcase Ron. LOL
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    No kidding. It's a good thing the cameras are light.
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    GF-1
    20/1.7

    M>mFT adapter
    LTM>M adapter

    35mm cron ver III
    35mm cron ASPH
    50mm dr cron
    50mm cron current version
    Zeiss Opton Sonnar 50/1.5 Sweeney modded with Amedeo Nikon>M adapter!
    90/4 Elmar LTM
    Nikkor 13.5/3.5 LTM

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    G1 and GF1+EVF
    Panasonic 7-14, 14-45, 45-200, and 20 f/1.7
    M and FD to m43 adapters for too many lenses sitting on my shelf.

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    Hi Guy,

    My wallet suffers but my camera bag is doing just fine....

    G1, GF1, EP-1.

    7-14mm, 17mm, 14-45mm, 14-42mm, 20mm, and 45-200mm. Along with several VC, Leica, Olympus M, Olympus Z, and Nikon lenses. The lens prize goes to the new 20mm F1.7.

    Leica M to m/43, Oly Pen to m/43, Nikon F to m/43, Oly M to m/4/3, 4/3 to m/43 adapters.

    Patiently waiting for (not) the LVF1 - no sign of it so far in Canada. (How I wish Stephen Gandy or Tony Rose carried Panasonic.)

    All good fun made better by the getdpi 4/3 forum and it's great membership which is the most important accessory of all.

    Best to all, Terry.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    LOL Thanks Terry.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Since I've sold my E-P1 I only have a pencil and a piece of paper on my wallet.
    Sure it takes longer to get the pictures drawn, but it's the best I've seen with low light and dynamic range, and it's REALLY compact :-)

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Well, I've already had my wallet lightened considerably since m43 happened, so I have the G1 (had 2, sold 1), GH1 and then the 14-45, 14-140 and 45-200 lenses, plus the Panny adapter & Oly 9-18 lens. Of course my wallet also disgorged a Libec H22 head for the GH1 too (that was a breach birth... very messy)!

    I've been working on the GF1 kit and currently have the GF1, with the 20mm as well as a CV 50 f1.5 and CV 90 f3.5 (and adapters).

    So, my wallet at the moment has the EVF still to come out of it. Hopefully it will get a rest after that, although what are the chances of that? Toys, toys, toys!

    Ciao,

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    No m4/3...yet
    but
    e410 and e510
    25mm Pancake Zuiko
    2-14-42mm Zuiko's (second one came with e510)
    40-150mm Zuiko
    70-300mm Zuiko
    Pentax-4/3 adapter
    SMC-Pentax-M 50mm F2
    135mm F2.5 Takumar

    more a Purse than a Wallet

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    Since I've sold my E-P1 I only have a pencil and a piece of paper on my wallet.
    Sure it takes longer to get the pictures drawn, but it's the best I've seen with low light and dynamic range, and it's REALLY compact :-)
    I think we will send you a new mechanical pencil with a spare tube of lead.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    I do not have a wallet (if I have, it has a huge hole and would not even hold small change) but this is what I carry in a bag (every day) which was an old (nondescript) laptop bag.

    A G1, plus 25/1.3 Computar-TV, Oly-D 17/2.8 + Ricoh GW-1 (0.75X converter), a longer FL lens (one of the dozens to choose from),spare battery, plastic bag and a cotton towel.

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    Just a G1 plus kit lens, a small tripod, a microfiber cloth for the lens, and a few rawhide chews for my dogs. The chews help to keep them still when they are on leash. Hopefully a GF1, EVF and 20 soon!

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    Not sure about my wallet, but in my camera bag at the moment are a Canon 1DMK2, Canon 5DMK2, 100-400, 24-105, and 100 macro. 3 Canon 580 flashes, with PWII+s. A series of lens filters and flash gels. Batteries, and 10+ CF cards.

    In my go to work bag is a GF-1 with 20 mm.. with a total of 5 exposures and a Gorillapod.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    Since I've sold my E-P1 I only have a pencil and a piece of paper on my wallet.
    Sure it takes longer to get the pictures drawn, but it's the best I've seen with low light and dynamic range, and it's REALLY compact :-)
    I'm in the same boat.

    Though I dealt with my u4/3 loss by getting 5D2, 16-35/2.8L, 24-105/4L, 135/2L, and 70-200/4L. My wallet is sad...

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    My wallet contains G1, GF1, 20 f/1.7, 50 f/2, 45-200 zoom, Pen-F 20, 40, 42, 50-90, 60, and 150mm lens. The Pen-F lenses are really something on m4/3....
    I have Pen-f, Oly, Nikon adapters....
    Sometimes I put my M lenses on the G1 or GF1. They are 28, 35, 50 and 85mm....
    I have even mounted Mamiya MF lenses on my G1. Are we having fun yet?

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Nothing
    Silas stole my E-P1 . . . I was thinking of getting a Gf1 but . . . .
    No proper support in Aperture . . so I really thought I'd change to Lightroom . . . then I find that I can't run it in 64 bit mode with my Epson 4000, and it's chronically slow in 32 bit mode . . . and the printer is unlikely to be supported under SL . ..

    all looks horrible to me, so I'll stick with Aperture and forget m4/3 for the time being.

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    yehh... t'[email protected] my HeLLo Kitty bag sports a G1 wif a $witar 26mm, SummiLux pre asp 35mm, an' a Jupiter3 KMZ ... t'night... t' computar 25/1.3 & 50/1.3, an' a Navitar 75/1.3...and a LX3 for t' close and wide...t' Nocti, maKes a nice paper weight...
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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    New here...

    In my "wallet":
    GF1
    20mm f1.7

    Canon 5D
    35L
    50L

    My first dip into non SLR cameras, and the fun of learning begins!

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    Usually a G1 and both the 14-45 and 45-200, but mine is in Europe right now with a friend. So right now I'm carrying around a 5D and a 50L.

    I finally have a 20mm to use on my G1, and my G1 is out of town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    More than I can carry in my pockets LOL. Embarrassing!!!

    G1, GF1, 17 f/2.8 (should sell), 20 f/1.7, 14-45, 45-200, 9-18, MA-1 adaptor, 5 FDs with FD adaptor and Konica Hexanon to use with MA-1--plus an EOS to m4/3rds--mainly to use EF 45 TS and Lensbaby 2.0. I'm waiting for my GF1 EVF---and mulling over buying the 45 f/2.8. Need to sell off some less used Canon gear to bankroll this format which I find myself carrying more often.

    I really can choose just 2 or 3 lenses to carry for the day---or even just one if I carry the GF1.
    And you are using the mFT kit to keep things light, right? I'd love to know what you carried when you were primarily using your Canon 5D kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kachadurian View Post
    And you are using the mFT kit to keep things light, right? I'd love to know what you carried when you were primarily using your Canon 5D kit.

    Tom
    Ah, but from this I choose what to carry for the day --usually a lens mounted and maybe 2 others with the G1--for the GF1--usually just the 20 and a fast MF (maybe the 40 or 50).

    For a little trip coming up I'm going to carry the MA-1 with 9-18, 14-45, 45-200, one of the fast MFs and the GF1 with 20 mounted. To actually carry for the day--again, I'll choose and stick in the Terraclime or 5XB and leave the balance in the room. I probably won't carry the 45-200 since I'm not a tele shooter often. The GF1 is 'second body' so it generally won't be in my bag for the day--but the 20 will.

    I still have my 5D--when traveling I generally carried the 12-24, 28-75 (used to carry the 24-70L which I still have) and the 50 f/1.4 (with a 400D body 'in case')--very occasionally I would add the 70-200 f/4. If shooting from home, I would just choose from what I have available depending on what I expect to shoot that day. I usually kept a fast prime kit and a zoom kit both bagged--and might add my TS or a macro to either.

    No matter what---the m4/3rds kit for the day is WAY smaller

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    GH1
    14-140
    7-14
    Kern Macro Switar 26 1.1
    Summicron 35 2.0 ASPH
    Summilux 50 1.4 pre-ASPH
    Nokton 50 1.1

    A decent carbon fibre tripod with a Manfrotto ball head - old but great
    A tabletop Manfrotto tripod

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    G1
    14-45
    45-200
    canon 500D for quick macro
    ND and polarizing filters...
    nikon F adapter plus a raft of manual nikkors
    52mm reverse macro adapter

    Doug

    Waiting to get the 20mm....

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Quote Originally Posted by greypilgrim View Post
    G1
    14-45
    45-200
    canon 500D for quick macro
    ND and polarizing filters...
    nikon F adapter plus a raft of manual nikkors
    52mm reverse macro adapter

    Doug

    Waiting to get the 20mm....

    Doug, Do you use the 500D with the 14-45 or the 45-200? If you have posted any samples (with the 500D), please let me know. Thanks.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    Quote Originally Posted by drxcm View Post
    GH1
    14-140
    7-14
    Kern Macro Switar 26 1.1
    Summicron 35 2.0 ASPH
    Summilux 50 1.4 pre-ASPH
    Nokton 50 1.1

    A decent carbon fibre tripod with a Manfrotto ball head - old but great
    A tabletop Manfrotto tripod
    Nice stuff in your wallet!

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    L1
    G1
    GF1 w/20mm
    DMW-MA1APP
    CV 12mm & 15mm
    Olympus 14-35 f/2

    Digilux 2
    DMC-LC1 (IR conversion)
    Toyo 23G
    Toyo 45G
    Toyo 810G
    Lots 'o lenses

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    Waiting for a 7 or 8 mm mFT for my E-P1
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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    GF1
    20mm 1.7
    want an EVF...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    This saying is a ad for capital one credit cards here in the states. But this begs the question GetDPI 4/3rd members. What is in your wallet? Now wallet does not have to be a billfold either.

    I'll start. Still waiting to get to my gear

    GF1
    20mm 1.7
    14-45 Kit lens
    EVF

    And I have no wallet to put it in. Guess i will use my vest pockets
    Guy,

    The vest actually sounds like a good alternative to a shoulder bag for m43 gear . Should be able to get the whole kit into a couple of pockets. Is there a photo vest available that has waterproof pockets?

    Regards,
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    E-p1

    m4/3 to Canon FD adapter

    Oly 14-42mm

    Canon FD 28mm 2.8
    Canon FD 50 1.8
    Canon FD 135 2.8

    Currently lusting after the 20mm 1.7 .....trying...to....resist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burningalive View Post
    E-p1

    m4/3 to Canon FD adapter

    Oly 14-42mm

    Canon FD 28mm 2.8
    Canon FD 50 1.8
    Canon FD 135 2.8

    Currently lusting after the 20mm 1.7 .....trying...to....resist!
    Don't resist too long That's similar to the kit I have with the G1/GF1 and its just lovely. I do have the 45-200 and 9-18 but use them seldom and could work with just that plus the 20.

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    No Money - that's for sure
    Just got the GF1 Pancake.

    I will post some images once i can get past putting them in the Gallery.
    or I will link to Flicky.

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    Re: Whats in your Wallet?

    A surprisingly big hole in my wallet now - GF1, 7-14, 14-45, 45-200 & 20.

    Oh, and I should also have a spare GF-1 body up for grabs next week as I bought a second kit to get the 20/1.7 in a timely manner. (Lens lust is TERRIBLE!!).

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    GF1, 20, 45-200

    up next 7-14 and EVF

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