Meet the NPhoto team

We’ve re­viewed some great back­packs on page 90. What un­usual items do the team carry?

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Rod Law­ton

Act­ing Edi­tor | D300s

rod.law­ton@fu­turenet.com I have an an­cient mini-tri­pod/ clamp with a ball head. The tri­pod legs live in­side – you take them out and screw them into the base when needed. An­drew Le­ung

Art Edi­tor | D5100

an­drew.le­ung@fu­turenet.com I al­ways have a clean­ing kit with me –­sticky fin­ger­prints keep ap­pear­ing on my lens. Also, some Krispy Kreme donuts! Oh, wait a minute... An­gela Ni­chol­son

Head of Test­ing | D7100

an­gela.ni­chol­son@fu­turenet.com I usu­ally have a black bin bag in my cam­era bag as it can act as an emer­gency rain­cover. I can also sit, kneel or lie on it when I’m tak­ing low-level shots. Miriam McDon­ald

Op­er­a­tions Edi­tor | D3100

miriam.mcdon­ald@fu­turenet.com I al­ways carry a ‘pocket pack’ of dis­pos­able tis­sues in my cam­era bag – you never know when you’re go­ing to have to clear up mud or mois­ture. Siân Lewis

Staff Writer | D3100

sian.lewis@fu­turenet.com My bean bag goes ev­ery­where with me – it’s ideal for keep­ing my Nikon steady on rocks, in the branches of trees, and in all sorts of out­door lo­ca­tions. Chris Ge­orge

Con­trib­u­tor | D800 & D200

chris.ge­orge@fu­turenet.com My Frio cold shoe is a newish ad­di­tion to my kit. It’s great for hold­ing a flash se­curely at­tached to a tri­pod for stro­bist-style out­door light­ing.

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