On a sunny afternoon in April I took the Plaubel Peco Junior for a short walk to the woods only a few minutes from our home just to shoot one 120 film, so eight 6×9 frames. This was a nice test for my new backpack, after I had been looking for a long time for an appropriate case for the 6×9 equipment.
Besides the Plaubel Peco the backpack in the shown packing example holds six lenses:
Further contained in the pack are the Soligor Spotmeter, eight filters, a Horseman 6×9 magazine, a compendium, and several small parts like a brush, cable release, a Linhof universal rangefinder used to compose the image and find a potential camera position. Film, dark-cloth and a wide-angle bellows as well as a plastic sheet to put on the ground below the backpack are stored in the lid an the side pockets. The total weight is about 9 kg.
Most scenes showed a high contrast but the Ilford FP4 handled it very well with my standard development in Rodinal. The gallery shows six prints as I made two exposures for one of the scenes (Stump (3)) and my last try with the 47 mm lens was messed up because of insufficient tilt of the lens to correctly place the focal plane.