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Camera got itself a new home

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It’s the Keystone version of Crumpler. And it’s generously gifted to me by my girlfriend on my nth birthday ^_^

Quite heavy duty and ready for any amount of rugged travel and abuse, it packs a lot of features inside. The first thing I liked about Keystone is its ability to embrace a number of glass and accessories. Keystone, can carry the whole family of my own collection “vintage” film lenses — 55mm micro, 50mm f/1.4, 105mm f/2.5 and 200mm f/4 —  plus the only DX lens I have, the trusty 18-55mm kit. It still has room for the TC but it’s better left in the cabinet since I rarely used it nowadays.

My first bag and almost a year-old bag, the Velocity 7x by Tamrac, can only carry a maximum of 3 lenses, with one fixed on the body. It will still be used on occassions when I only need a couple of lenses. But the Keystone will be their new home when mode is sleeping.

Here are some photos to bat:


Missing Body by studio_juan on Flickr

"Missing Body"

Keystone by studio_juan on Flickr



Written by Jervis

September 27, 2008 at 1:31 am

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