The bag is a Domke F3. Love it for walking around town. Hard to find in Australia but it’s rugged and weatherproof. It’s also versatile enough to drop in two SLRs or the 67 on its own or all the gear here. Fits my 67 and 5D2 in a pinch.
The Bessa R3A has a Nokton 40mm 1.4 on and is pretty much the perfect walkaround street photography camera. It’s small, discreet, and reliable. It’s got a Domke gripper shoulder strap and a Gordy wrist strap for versatility. I rarely have both attached.
The Pentax 67 is here with the newer 55mm f/4 (for the 67II) and the Takumar 105 f/2.4 & 74 f/4.5. I’ve been using this for a few personal documentary projects, as well as some general street shooting.
Films are HP5+ and, my personal favourite, Rollei Retro 80S (in a sweet double canister) in 135 with Portra 400 in 120 and Velvia 50 in 220. I bought a pro pack of Velvia 220 ages ago for cheap and froze it. Never shot any of it but I keep a role handy just in case.
Also keep a notebook - without a pen - for making notes of shooting subjects and settings. Also The Elements of Style is in there as I’m currently reading it; the book is also small enough for the back pocket.
Side pockets usually keep an assortment of pocket knives, light meters, lenscaps, and Pepsi cans, but today only had the Domke resin and a set of Cosh business cars from Moo.