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Collegian Camera Gear

At heart, I’m really more of a Gizmodo than a Gawker, so this story really got me going.

Nathan Smith, Photo Editor emeritus, is handling the photography at the Rose Bowl for the Collegian. He posted a brief entry on the Exposure blog about the equipment he would be taking out to Pasedena.

I brought 3 camera bodies, a video camera, seven lenses, one doubler, two flashes, two mono-pods, and four chargers. In order to get all this equipment across the country, I put it all in my carry-on, a “Rollie” bag and my Domke bag. With all that equipment I also had to carry my Mac Book. I chose not to check anything to avoid losing a bag or damage to the equipment.

Cool. Really cool. Does anybody want to estimate how much all of the gear in this photo is worth?

Collegian Photo Gear for the Rose Bowl

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