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Featured among Will Robson-Scott’s choice of Essesntials is an expected plethora of photography equipment such as a Contax G2, Olympus MJU and a Mamiya 7. The collection also includes travel fundamentals for Robson-Scott such as his passport, London tube map, bank card and metro tickets along with a copy of the Crack & Shine International book to make those long journeys more interesting.