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08-13-2016, 11:38 PM - 2 Likes   #9466
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Travels with a toe and an ankle biter

Shots taken whilst caring for a two year old and a broken toe.

645Z. All shots taken with 25mm f4 DA lens except for the final shot, which used the 90mm f2.8 DFA,


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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
from last night

645Z & DFA 35/3.5
136 x 30sec stacked exposures
Love it Mike!

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Hi,
Just a quick question for the frequent flyers amongst us. Do you entrust your 645 and lenses to the baggage handlers or do you always keep them with you in hand luggage?

I ask because I have a few 1 day trips coming up soon and I'm thinking of what case to to get, a sturdy carry-on, or something else. I have a K3-II, 24-70mm, 70-200mm & Siggy 10-20mm.
08-14-2016, 01:17 AM   #9468
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QuoteOriginally posted by Damian.T Quote
Do you entrust your 645 and lenses to the baggage handlers...
Never ever!



QuoteOriginally posted by Damian.T Quote
...or do you always keep them with you in hand luggage? .
Always, without exception!
08-14-2016, 01:38 AM   #9469
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QuoteOriginally posted by Damian.T Quote
Do you entrust your 645 and lenses to the baggage handlers


08-14-2016, 02:55 AM - 4 Likes   #9470
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A couple from Port Denarau (Fiji).

645Z with 28-45mm DA lens:
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645Z with 90mm DFA lens:
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08-14-2016, 03:10 AM - 2 Likes   #9471
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My neighbour asked me to take photos of her new house before it is renovated. Built in the 1860's, it belonged to a local ship builder, but has stood empty and unheated for the last fifty years. Amazingly, it is in fair condition.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Damian.T Quote
Hi,
Just a quick question for the frequent flyers amongst us. Do you entrust your 645 and lenses to the baggage handlers or do you always keep them with you in hand luggage?

I ask because I have a few 1 day trips coming up soon and I'm thinking of what case to to get, a sturdy carry-on, or something else. I have a K3-II, 24-70mm, 70-200mm & Siggy 10-20mm.
I travel extensively and I rarely check lenses in and never the camera. I have the Z on a Shoulder strap which means everything else goes into the hand luggage case as a camera isn't luggage.
08-14-2016, 05:55 AM   #9473
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I have my camera and a lens or two in a Domke 5xb.....and rest of my lenses etc in a carry on..... the Domke is allowed as a second piece.... like a handbag is. I might have a 2nd body and a few other things of less value in my checked luggage.

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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
I travel extensively and I rarely check lenses in and never the camera. I have the Z on a Shoulder strap which means everything else goes into the hand luggage case as a camera isn't luggage.
I never put anything more valuable than my shaving kit and underwear in checked luggage. Also, I never even allow hand luggage out of my sight when on board, even when the stewardess offers to store it for me during flight. Two reasons: fear of loss and fear of delay of equipment when needed upon arrival. I learned my lessons the hard way.

P.S. If I owned a D or Z I would never let them off the strap around my neck!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Damian.T Quote
Hi,
Just a quick question for the frequent flyers amongst us. Do you entrust your 645 and lenses to the baggage handlers or do you always keep them with you in hand luggage?

I ask because I have a few 1 day trips coming up soon and I'm thinking of what case to to get, a sturdy carry-on, or something else. I have a K3-II, 24-70mm, 70-200mm & Siggy 10-20mm.
Hi Damian. T

I often travel with my 645Z and Lenses in https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1077478-REG/lowepro_lp36775_pro_trekk...981& which I use as my Carry-on. It fits comfortably in the Overhead bin or under the seat in front of you.

BTW, the Waist Band that comes with it, could be removed
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A couple of handheld Panos taking from on our roof above the Bristol Channel:

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From a recent sailing trip. Using the 645N with the 33-55mm and 55-110mm zooms with a few shots with the 200mm prime. I feel the 33-55mm/55-110 combo has been underrated. Very sharp and useful, at least on film, and not too heavy. The below shots are all 33-55mm @ 33mm.







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