Hasselblad 500C, Zeiss 80mm/2.8 Planar C, Ilford XP2 Super
I have been bringing my Hasselblad along with me on routine outings where I find myself indoors. Being a medium format camera with a slower maximum aperture (than say my Nikon gear) you can’t get away with hand holding exposures in low light as much.
I do use my tripod, but I also have been improvising support when needed. In the above case I placed the Hasselblad on the counter a few feet away from the display of glasses in order to have a much longer shutter opening that I could have possibly handheld.
The classic chrome Zeiss 80mm C lens has a self timer built into it, so I pulled this off without a cable release. You can use this trick with any camera with a self timer that you set down.