What's in your bag?
People often ask "What do you shoot?" or "What gear do you use?", most of the time this is used as some kind of score card or litmus test. For perspective, the best photographer I know uses a wooden box and roll of film to turn out pinhole photography to rival anything done with modern equipment.
The simple answer is, my bag will change with the job at hand. The different cameras and lenses I use are both tools of the trade and toys for my personal enjoyment. I do not always use the newest gear, I can not afford it. For me, being a photographer is investing in the right gear to get the job done.
I am not brand loyal, that said, I went with Nikon long ago and stayed with it because of what I invested and the cost to change systems is substantial. It has been an amazing product for me, I enjoy using my lens inventory on my Mirrorless, DSLR, and 35mm F cameras.
I'm a bit of a collector so I am not going to list off everything I own but here is what is most used for work and play...
Nikon D850 DSLR
Nikon D810 DSLR
Nikon F5 35mm SLR Film with MF-28
Medium Format Film
Large Format Film
Wisner 5x7 Pocket Expedition Field Camera
Travel - Infrared - Drone
DJI Mavic Air 2 with 48MP CMOS 1/2 - inch sensor