Since I am often asked what kind of equipment you have … here is a look in my bag.
My goal is to travel as light as possible. And the bag must be as practical as possible, sufficient, universally applicable and durable.
I have chosen the bag from HAZARD Freelance Drone ed. 6L. You can think what you want about the manufacturer of tactical gear – this bag meets my requirements. And finally a shoulder strap that you can wear all day.
|Fujifilm X-T3 Body||Fujinon XF 18-55 mm Kit lens|
|Rode Microphone (Cable included)||Fujinon XF 35mm 1.4 (Coming soon)|
|Minimal equipment of cleaning stuff||Fujinon XF 16mm 1.4 (Coming soon)|
|Pen and notepad||Contact Lens Detergent & Can|
|Replacement battery||Eye drops|
|Mask, hygenic wipes||Peak Design Shell S|
|JOBY GorillaPod||Peak Design Capture Clip|
What I find good are the many possibilities to attach things to the bag. Such as the mini tripod and the Peak design capture clip.
Here is a link to the manufacturer. Attention I get no money for it and I also take no guarantee or liability that this bag is exactly what you are looking for or need 🙂 – it is my private opinion.
Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v2 – In my opinion, the best tool in my camera equipment. Why? Because I can “put down” my camera WITHOUT losing sight of it or that it hangs around somewhere and counter shocks.
When I want to protect my camera while carrying it, I use the Peak Design Shell Camera Cover. It is lightweight and also gives a relatively good protection from rain and dirt. In the first line I use it when riding my gravel bike or when I go hiking and have my camera on the camera clip and do not always want to put it in the bag in wet weather.