"Camera equipment itself does not take pictures - photographers do that"
(quote by John Shaw, amongst my favourite nature photographers)
...nevertheless, for those who might care, here is a brief description of the photo equipment that I am currently using.
I mainly do landscape and travel photography and enjoy working slowly and deliberately, using fixed focal length ("prime") lenses rather than zooms. I also seek lenses that allow me to get as much as possible right in camera, without having to resort to the crutch of post processing in order to "fix" defects such as chromatic aberration, flare, etc.
Camera body: Fujifilm X-E1
Lenses: Wide-angle Fujinon XF 14mm f/2.8 R Fast 'normal' Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R Medium tele Fujinon XF 60mm f/2.4 R Macro
Filters: UV B+W MRC-nano 010 (39mm and 58mm) Circular Polarizer B+W MRC Käsemann (39mm and 58mm) and Heliopan SH-PMC (52mm) Neutral Density B+W MRC 103 (39mm and 58mm) and Heliopan 0.9 (52mm) Graduated Neutral Density B+W MRC 702 (52mm and 58mm)