The camera systems and lenses I use:
A workhorse. When not shooting medium format, I use this for quicker paced, demanding photography. Also shoots terrific DSLR video.
My favorite wide zoom angle lens.
A decent all-around zoom lens with a variety of useful focal lengths.
This is probably the lens I would pick if I could only pick one.
A great (and expensive) specialty prime lens.
One of the sharpest lenses Canon makes. Great for close ups and portraiture, but won't focus on far away objects at a distance.
There are other solid Medium Format bodies out there that work just fine, but this is the one that I've found suits my needs the best.
I find Phase One products to be buggy as hell, but I still prefer them to the alternatives.
If you aren't familiar with the prices of Leaf Shutter lenses, you should sit down before clicking on this link.
This one isn't quite as expensive.
I don't use this lens very often, but it gets the job done when I need a long lens.
This is the funny looking thing on the end of my camera that everyone keeps asking about.
This goes inside the funny looking thing on the end of my camera that everyone asks me about.
This can also go inside the funny looking thing on the end of my camera that everyone asks me about.
This triggers my lights remotely so there are no messy wires to trip over.
I'm not on the whole SanDisk VS Lexar bandwagon, so I usually buy which is cheapest/fastest.
This case holds my most valuable goods after a shoot.
This thing rolls, but also turns into a backpack!