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what’s in my bag ?
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Ready to record
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What’s In My Bag – IMG_2473.JPG
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What’s in My bag on a long business+vacation trip.
Taken in and around Sofia Antipolis (Valbonne), France.
Kodak DC4800, one
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Bang, here it is. The DC4800. This was my principal camera for over four and a half years. This photo was taken the day I acquired its successor, a Canon Rebel XT, which was used to take this picture.
I got the DC4800 in February, 2001. It was my first megapixel camera. The image quality was wonderful. It was light, its battery held a long charge, and it connected to the computer via USB, so downloading the images was a lot brisker than it was using the previous cameras — ironic when you consider this camera’s images were over eight times larger that those of the DC40 or DC50. This was the first digital camera I ever had that made me think, yeah, this is a real camera. It’s not a toy, it’s not an experiment… it’s a camera. Sure was: at the time I bought it, it cost me over 0.
What’s on my Bag
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My daily carry in my Think Tank Retrospective 50.
we brought mike to lunch with us from london
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one big ass battery. one ev-do rev A. one skype MPEG4 video codec. one booster at his seat to get the laptop to table level. One table for 9 people. not 8. NINE
What’s in the box?
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So this is the kit I took with me to Homebake
Year 2 – Day 308 – Here we go!
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Well kind people of flickr – tomorrow morning we fly off our our holibobs to New Zealand!!!!!!! We’re just going to the North island, and will be there for just under 3 weeks, followed by 2 days in Singapore
I’m so excited its untrue! Am now packed and ready to head to warmer weather!
I don’t think I’ll get anything of flickr during the holiday – so be ready for a huge surge when we return (yes camera is packed, plus 11GB, plus spare battery, plus laptop to store photos! hehe)
What’s in my bag?
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Are we still doing this?
whats in my bag
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geotagging photography equipment
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I’m leaving for Costa Rica in a few hours, here is some of the more important stuff I’m taking along.
What’s in my bag
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Old Pic circa 2005
From the back
1. IBM Thinkpad leather carry case
2. IBM A22M Thinkpad
3. IBM Thinkpad canvas bag for cables and chargers
4. Thinkpad charger cable
5. Really cool case of tricks with a heap of USB and network connectors
6. Ethernet to USB cable
7. USB 4 port hub power cord
8. IBM charger
9. Fuji S5500 camera
10. Nokia phone charger
11. Camera to computer cable
12. 2nd (backup) camera to computer cable
13. Tiny little mouse
14. Phone cord from a standard phone connection to modem
15. Nokia DKU-5 (Phone to computer) cable
16. AA battery charger
17. Infra red cable adaptor
18. Wi Fi PCMCIA Card
19. Nokia 7200 phone
20. 4 port USB PCMCIA card
21. Sandisk 256Mb Cruzer USB storage stick
22. Mouse USB to PS2(?) connector
23. Infra Red (IrDa) transmitting adaptor
24. Rechargeable AA batteries
25. Spare Thinkpad battery
26. Two memory card for my old Fuji camer
27. A newer XD card that came with my new camera with about 16 meg of space.
earth hour 2009
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On the train from London, Ontario for the entire time of earth hour. The bottle of water is not mine and the computer is running on batteries.
What’s in my bag (2009 edition)
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Every couple of years I take a picture of the equipment I’m regularly using at the time, as a visual record. This is the 2009 shot.
For comparison, here’s the 2005 version: www.flickr.com/photos/karlo/6046403/
(For reasons I don’t understand, the 2005 version remains my most-viewed photo on Flickr. In fact, I had it set to private for a long time so that it wouldn’t keep piling up views.)
I sold the 18-70 and 80-200 a few years back on eBay (partly to pay for the 18-200, which was better for travel.) The 80-200 was a great optic but a dog so far as AF.
Probably the most impressive thing to me in looking at this set is that there are at least 2 or 3 pieces of gear I still use on a regular basis that I’ve owned for 15 years or more. I’ve done similar inventories with my computer purchases – it helps me know what to spend a lot on (monitors) and not too much on (laptops.)
The other thing is how miserable the quality of the 7 megapixel Optio W30 is, even at ISO 200. I really miss my Canon SD850, which made horrible grinding noises when it zoomed but took a darn good picture.
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Fixing computers in the Fab Lab.
My one piece of feedback is they don’t have a battery. The electricity here is all run off generators, and several times a day there’s a couple second drop in electricity, which loses everyones open projects and frustrates the students. A small battery which provided continuity would increase the usability a lot.
3D Transparent Glass Icons Business Trade
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This 3d transparent glass icons business set includes a wide assortment of business and e-commerce icons (shopping carts, email, locks, keys, currencies, folders, documents, pens, pencils, computers, laptops, printers, keyboards, mouse, mouse pointers, batteries, clocks, chairs, phones, thumbs up, thumbs down, trademark, copyright … Etc) as well as icons suitable for specific businesses or industries (gears, wheels, gasoline pumps, satellites, satellite dishes, paint brushes, ladders, hammers, wrenches, screw drivers … Etc). Click here to view the whole set:
waiting for dinner
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There’s gotta be a tech slang term for "doing random tasks on your laptop while mainly waiting for the battery to recharge".
What’s in my bag
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Not pictured: Motorola RAZR, keys, wallet, several cables and power supplies.
To be fair, I usually carry one or the other laptop. Rarely both.
My bag ’12
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