Un-bagging safe solvent: A look at Martin Reisch's camera gear

Martin Reisch, aka safe solvent is iMore's go-to videographer for events like CES and Macworld, and he's just joined us in New York City for our big, upcoming [Redacted]. The moment he landed he walked in with a giant Crumpler Dry Red No. 9 gear bag, and we just knew we had to get a look inside it.

Starting at the top, Martin had his 5D Mark III, and since he's a firm believer in backup bodies, he had his 5D Mark II as well. For lenses, he brought with him his Canon 24-70 F2.8 L, Canon 50 F1.2 L, and Canon 70-200 F2.8 L.

He also packed his RED Scarlet, a massively impressive 4K camera with an EF mount that lets him use the very same Canon lenses.

Despite all that glass, Martin's daily driver is still his iPhone 5, along with a Joby Gorilla Pod GripTight. You can see samples of that work over on Instagram, and as for the work he's doing this week...

... Stay tuned!

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, Vector, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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wow that is awesome. this bag contains valuable things at least 10,000 dollar. 4K is awesome. just make sure you protect this bag carefully.

I was impresssed with the Crumpler, but my eye was drawn to the brown shoulder bag that he had the iPhone in. Any ideas on the model?

I have 3 versions of that Domke bag, small / medium / large. it's so rugged and has a beautiful canvas finish that gets better with age. The Modular inserts are great for seperating lens from laptop gear too!

re: "... he's just joined us in New York City for our big, upcoming [Redacted]"

Let me guess:
- iMore, Android Central, et al are going to be unified into "iMobile" or "Mobile-R-Us" or some other Verge-like web site.
or
- iMore, Android Central, et al will actually be absorbed by The Verge in some way.
or
- iMore, Android Central, et al will be doing some kind of joint TV show with The Verge.

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