Packing Photography Gear: Shopping List

Based on a ton of requests from our last video post Chase Jarvis TECH: Packing Photography Gear, we’ve put together a quick shopping list highlighting all the items in the videos: bags, cases, cameras, lenses, accessories. Tis the season, eh? But here’s the hook: While there’s nothing commercial about this blog at all, no ads, no banners, no ad words, no nothin’, we’ve just quickly created an Amazon Affiliate account specifically for this post so that 100% of the kickback (sometimes up to 5% of each item) will go to charity. This certainly won’t change the world, but I’d promised a list of items from the vid, and it took an extra 5 minutes to consider the charitable option. Specifically, we’ll use any Amazon credit whether it’s $20, $200, or $2000 to purchase toys, clothes, or other items hot on the list of people in need, and deliver them to a local shelter here in Seattle on December 27th. That said, if you’re planning to buy some photo gear prior to year end, or you know someone who is, you might consider shopping from this list below. There are items from $7 to, well, let’s say a lot more expensive – something for everyone on your list. Thanks and happy shopping!

Our dSLR Bag in the Lowepro Pro Trekker AW II
Nikon D2Xs
Nikon D3 (Our hot new camera as of last Friday)
Nikon 17-55mm f2.8
Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 VR
Nikon 18-200mm f3.5-5.6 VR
Nikon 12-24mm f4.0
Nikon 85mm f2.8 T/S
Nikon 10.5 f2.8 Fisheye
Nikon 50mm f1.8
Nikon SB-800
Nikon SB-80DX (It’s been replaced by the SB-800)
Nikon EN-EL4 Battery
Rocket Blower

Our Hasselblad Kit in the Lowepro Omni Trekker Extreme
Hasselblad H2D
Hasselblad H3D (Our new camera as of tomorrow)
Hasselblad HC 35mm f3.5
Hasselblad HC 50-110mm f3.5-4.5
Hasselblad HC 150mm f3.2
Hasselblad HC 80mm f2.8

Laptop Case in the Pelican 1490
Apple 15″ Mac Book Pro
LaCie 160GB Rugged Drives
Sandisk Extreme Card Reader
ComputShade

Little B Roll Camera in the Lowepro Nova Mini AW
Canon HV-20
Canon DM-50

Video Gear in the Lowepro Vertex 300 AW
Canon XH-A1
Canon WD H72 Lens
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Sennheiser HD-280 Headphones
Sennheiser ME 66 & K6
Canon BP-970G Battery
Jimmy Box
Apple 15″ Mac Book Pro

Field Video Monitor in the Lowepro Stealth Reporter 500
Panasonic HD Field Monitor
Bescor Battery
Bogen Super Clamp
Bogen Magic Arm

Our Lighting Accessories Kit in the Lowepro Pro Trekker AW II
Bogen Magic Arm
Bogen Super Clamp
Ultrapod
PocketWizard
Bogen Umbrella Adapter
Quantum Turbo SC
Quantum Turbo
Op/Tech Sleeve

Profoto Lighting Kit in the Lowepro Pro Roller 3
Profoto Pro 7b Pack
Profoto ProHead
Profoto 7b Battery
Profoto Head Extension Cable
Chimera Speedring
Westcott Umbrellas

Stand Case is the Nalpak Tuffpak Tripod Case
Gitzo Mountaineer Tripod
Manfrotto Ball Head
Chimera Super PRO Plus
Manfrotto Master Stand
Gitzo Monopod
Westcott Lightstands

Location Technology Box in a Rubbermaid Action Packer
LaCie d2 Quadra Hard Drives
Various adapters, cords, cables, and such all housed in our Lowepro Utility Case

Our Grip Bag in the Lowepro Stealth Reporter D650 AW rong>
Extension Cords
Gaffers Tape
Various A Clamps
Bungee Cords
Tapes

Our radio bag is a Lowepro Stealth Reporter D400 AW
Motorola XTN Radios
Motorola Lapel Handsets
Motorola 6 up charger and sync

Our shipping cases are the Pelican 1630

Our waterproof backpack is a Lowepro Dryzone 200 for those really wet days …

Lastly, if for some reason you’re not interested in supporting this charity endeavor, but still would like options to purchase, visit Amazon directly. Conversely, if the big box store is not your answer, then I’d happily recommend buying directly from Glazer’s Camera in Seattle. They’re great people and they’ll ship to you if they’ve got whatever you’re after in stock.

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77 Responses to Packing Photography Gear: Shopping List

  1. Anonymous December 6, 2007 at 10:08 am #

    Ok, thanks for laying this out, Chase. I picked up a couple LowePro bags, but I hope you don’t mind that I passed on a couple of Hasselblad H3D’s :) TK

  2. Jacob December 6, 2007 at 11:03 am #

    What a great way to give back, Chase. Kudos!

  3. Jacob December 6, 2007 at 11:12 am #

    Quick question – I saw you have the little rocket blower on there – how has that worked for you?

    Currently, I use the pec-pad/swab copperhill cleaning method, but dislike doing it in the field (my day job is with a medical device company, so I actually use the cleanroom to do it – works nicely).

    Thanks for the feedback as usual. Enjoy your H3D “Christmas present”!

  4. mauritsen.se December 6, 2007 at 11:37 am #

    ok…… That´s more gear than I could ever dream of…. ;o) But exciting to see what others are using! (even if I’m not a Nikonist ;o) Lowepro has worked for me, but my last purchase is something I am very satisfied with – a KATA shoulderbag to suit my everyday-need. Easy to get gear in-and out, gives good protection for when i’m moving around & getting it in and out of the car and it doesn´t mind rain…

  5. Chase Jarvis December 6, 2007 at 1:34 pm #

    @ jacob: the blower is the best way to get 90% of the yuk off your sensor because it does not involve you touching the sensor (riskier). In the rare case when the blower does not work, we swab our sensors too, but it’s probably only 1 in 10.

    It should be noted that we clean our sensors before every day of shooting.

  6. Marcos G. Meider December 6, 2007 at 2:51 pm #

    Jabob I also used the pec-pad cleaning system but I found that every time I did this I was compacting the muck at the edges of the sensor. The solution for me was to avoid using this method with my new digital cameras and use the blower instead. If you regularly use it, you reduce the chances of the dust to get stuck on the sensor. I always do this with the camera facing upside down.

  7. Simon December 7, 2007 at 12:41 am #

    have you ever added up how much that lot costs!

    Its frightening how much money we all carry round now with MFD! sure made my insurance increase!

  8. Will Schouten December 7, 2007 at 6:04 am #

    Chase, im getting the page —>

    Not Found

    The requested URL /blog/www.glazerscamera.com was not found on this server.
    Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

    Apache/1.3.34 Server at http://www.chasejarvis.com Port 80

    < ---- when I hit the Glazer's link.

    Adios!

  9. Chase Jarvis December 7, 2007 at 9:25 am #

    @will hmmm. the url for Glazers is http://www.GlazersCamera.com – minus the /blog/ that you’ve got before the Glazers part. I checked my link and the code and the url everything looks up to speed.

  10. Patrick Nugent December 7, 2007 at 1:09 pm #

    After seeing that last post, I tried the link to Glazers and it failed for me as well. I think the problem would be solved if you threw a http:// in the code, i think our stupid computers are looking for another directory off your website without that.

  11. Johanna December 7, 2007 at 1:25 pm #

    Chase, your generosity is something else!! I’ve been lazy in the past about leaving comments but was so moved today by your charity offer that I just had to let you know how much i appreciate your willingness to share.
    I was lucky enough to hear your interview on Lighting Studio and have been following your career/blog ever since. You and your crew have educated and inspired me emensely. Many thanks and all the best for 2008!

  12. Chase Jarvis December 7, 2007 at 1:46 pm #

    @shoot Nice catch! The Glazers link should work nicely for ya now. My bad. Nice folks down there…

  13. madsalexander.com December 8, 2007 at 2:08 pm #

    Hey Chase, was just wondering, is it a H3D or a H3D II your getting, tried out the new H3D II awsome, a 3 inch screen and the new 28mm lens amazing,

  14. Michael Grugal December 9, 2007 at 2:35 am #

    Chase I see that you got your new D3 what I was wondering though what wide angle did you go with? Pointless to use your 17-55 f2.8.

    Let me guess 17-35 f2.8? or 24-70f2.8

  15. Greg December 9, 2007 at 10:10 pm #

    Just wanted to say great job… I really appreciate people like you sharing little tidbits and behind the scenes stuff. Sometimes it can feel like some photographers have some magic wand they use to create great photos. It’s nice to see that it’s actually hard work that gets the job done. Thanks again, keep up the good work

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  16. Anonymous December 12, 2007 at 2:43 am #

    geoPirat from Germany says:

    Hi Jarvis and Team!
    A big Thank you for putting out this linked list of gear – I was too fast and had ordered before the posting after seeing your videos.
    A pleasure to watch you guys, giving us so much detailes information.
    Happy shooting!
    Carsten

  17. GeoWulf December 14, 2007 at 3:09 pm #

    Is there a contest to get all these items if we can guess the cost of these items down to the penny? ;-)

  18. Guy December 16, 2007 at 4:16 pm #

    You don’t use a light meter?

  19. Daniel Yee December 17, 2007 at 10:45 am #

    Hi Chase. Awesome to hear that you’re giving the kickbacks to charity. I had a quick question about the Pelican laptop case. The one you have is for 17″ laptops. Do you think it’ll be easy to fit a smaller laptop in, say a 13″ or 15″?

  20. Daniel Yee December 17, 2007 at 10:46 am #

    On that last comment, by “fit” I mean, adjusting/adding padding inside so the laptop doesn’t slide around.

  21. Anonymous December 19, 2007 at 9:34 am #

    Brilliant, great list Chase, really interesting to have a breakdown of your kit. Yup, much Kudos and lots of thanks.
    I have a quick question if you have time. What soft boxes do you use? I saw you had the Chimera Speedring, do you use their softboxes? Also any other light modifiers?
    Cheers.
    Tim

  22. Chase Jarvis December 19, 2007 at 1:09 pm #

    @ mads: Yes, H3D II

  23. Chase Jarvis December 19, 2007 at 1:12 pm #

    @guy: the case is for UP TO 17″ laptop. If you use a 15″ Macbook Pro like we do, this case is the goods. Make sure to order it with the laptop tray rather than just the foam and the 15″ fits perfectly (as in our vid).

  24. Chase Jarvis December 19, 2007 at 1:22 pm #

    Oops, that last one was @ Berg…

    nowthen,

    @ michael: we nabbed the 14-24 2.8 lens and love it.

    @ guy: don’t use a light meter except for the very rare occasion when I’m strolling Paris with the Hassie 503C manual camera (not in the vid) – also, my wife Kate likes to shoot with that camera so she’ll occasionally use one, but generally it never sees the light of day (PUN!! ;)

  25. Chase Jarvis December 19, 2007 at 1:45 pm #

    @ anon: we use chimera. other light modifiers are really mostly flags, scrims, floppies, silks, etc Not too many crazy items.

  26. COKelly December 21, 2007 at 4:46 pm #

    Hi Chase,
    Kinda stumbled across your site and I have to say I really like it. I am a photographer in Dublin, Ireland and if you could see your way to linking me that would be great.
    Your blog has given me a couple of great ideas and I’m gonna start my own one now and link to my commercial site.

    Really like the POV podcast and the packing gear thing has got me out of a couple of holes and given me a few ideas too so thanks man!

    Don’t expect a mail back ‘cos I can see your pretty busy but keep up the good work.

    My site is http://www.strikingimages.ie for anybody who wants to have a look.

    Later

    Cormac O’Kelly

  27. Chase Jarvis December 24, 2007 at 1:47 pm #

    @ Guy: nope -no light meter. That’s what the back of your digital camera is for ;)

  28. Adam December 26, 2007 at 10:42 am #

    Chase,
    I noticed in your Nikon bag you had the 50mm 1.8, not the 1.4. Is there a reason for that, do you think the 1.8 is better? I’m getting ready to buy one of the two.
    Thanks,
    Adam

  29. Chase Jarvis December 26, 2007 at 12:52 pm #

    @ adam: it’s a bit of an anomaly, but the 1.8 is sharper than the 1.4 by my own experience and the experiences I’ve read of others. True the 1.8 is mostly plastic and cheap, but I don’t have a complaint about it, given its results. If you need glass that’s at the 1.4 speed, fine. For the money and specs, I’d get the 1.8.

  30. Adam December 26, 2007 at 10:36 pm #

    Chase,
    Thanks. The 1.8 sounds great to me then. I like my little 35mm f2 so much, I want to build a set of primes, one longer and one shorter. Thanks again for the experienced word on the 50′s.

  31. khan January 7, 2008 at 11:44 am #

    hey chase, ur videos are super inspirational stuff for amateurs like myself. thanks!

    i had a question abt bags. whch one would you recommend for a body + 1-3 lenses? I’m tending towards the Lowepro 100 but would like the option of carrying my 17″ laptop with me. that one fits just a 14″.
    i do travel photography.

    keep up the good work!

    cheers,
    khan
    LON/UK

  32. Anonymous January 9, 2008 at 4:44 pm #

    Love the podcasts cheers Chase and team. Question on the MacBook Pro case you use. Do you have any heat issues with the laptop whilst in use in the confined space of the case? I shoot in some warm to hot locations at times but love the idea behind the case set up you use.

  33. Chase Jarvis January 12, 2008 at 5:21 pm #

    @ anon: we’re careful about heat (and do only minimal processor-intensive stuff), but we usually use this thing outdoors in cooler temps. See this post:
    http://chasejarvis.com/blog/2007/03/photography-laptop-case-aka-pimp-your.html
    …for a good discussion on the topic.

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