What’s in the Gowder’s Camera Bag

By Paul on September 1st, 2011

Let me start by saying, this list of items is OVERKILL!  We’ve carried the following items into the parks at one time or another…and sometimes all of it at one time!  When we tour the parks not only are we shooting the scenes of WDW, but we are documenting and capturing our family memories.

We hope that our list of camera gear may help you get some ideas of what to carry (or not carry) in to Walt Disney World’s parks.  We’ll also be posting reviews of this gear in the future!

Camera Bag for Walt Disney World

Tamrac 5788 Evolution 8

  • Tamrac Evolution 8 Camera Bag
    This is what carries all our equipment!   The storage at the top is great to carry our personal items like raincoats, snacks, pins, and autograph books. There is a back pocket for laptops that is great for my soft box (more on that later).

Lenses for WDW

Lenses – These are the 3 I carry into the parks.

Tripod for Disney Photography

Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 Carbon Fiber 3 Section Tripod

Tripod

 

R Straps

The R Strap

Camera Straps

 

Strobist Tools for WDW

Strobist Tools for WDW

Lighting Accessories

Underwater Camera

Underwater Camera

Underwater Camera

Camera Accessories

Camera Accessories

Accessories

Not pictured

Camera Bodies

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