“When people ask me what equipment I use, I tell them my eyes.”

- Anonymous

What a hammer is to a carpenter, a camera is to a photographer.

If you can't use the hammer you won't make a good table and if you can't use a camera you won't make a good image.

A great photo has never been taken because the photographer had such a great camera.

Of course, sometimes using a particular camera can help you take a particular photo a little better than with another one.

When push comes to shove, however, it is always the photographer who makes the image and not his equipment!  

In short, it's not really that interesting what you use as long as you do it right.

Despite this, people are sometimes curious and hence:

What's in my bag?

Fujifilm GFX (medium format) system

body: GFX100s

lenses: 32-64mm. 45-100mm, 100-200mm, 250mm, 1.4x conv.

Fujifilm X (dx format) system

body: x-pro2

lenses: 23mm, 35mm, Laowa 9mm

Filter :

Benro ND, Grad, pola, UV filters

drone:

DJI Mavic 2 pro

Photo Bags:

Shimoda Action X70, Tenba Shootout 32L