My equipment includes two sets, one 4x5 and one 35 mm. Here are the lists of what is normally in the different bags.
35 mm:
  • Canon F1new body with AE finder, AE Motor Drive FN and High Power NiMH pack (former NiCad, see under DIMP in menu for more info) 
  • Canon T90 body is acting as backup and normally left at home
  • Canon 20 mm/2.8
  • Canon 28 mm/2.8
  • Canon 50 mm/1.8
  • Tokina 80-200 mm/2.8
  • Tokina 300 mm/2.8
  • Canon 1.4x A Extender
  • Canon 2x B Extender
  • Canon Extension Tube 50 mm
  • Canon Auto Macro Ring
  • Canon Double Cable Release
  • Electric Cable Release
  • Manfrotto quick release plates that has been weight minimized by drilling a lot of holes in it and with modifications that prevents, both the camera and the 300 mm lens, from having any ability to rotate on the plate.
  • Rain cover
  • Notebook for writing down notes about the taken pictures
  • Film
  • Bird book
  • Flower book
Orchids (dactylorhiza family) and cowslips in a hazel meadow, 
Halltorps hage on Öland, Sweden

  • Home built 4x5 camera with regular and wide angel bellows
  • Manfrotto quick release plate that has been weight minimized by drilling a lot of holes in it.
  • Schneider Super Angulon 90mm/8
  • Schneider Symmar S MC 135/5.6
  • Nikon Nikkor W 210mm/5.6
  • Nikon Nikkor M 300/9
  • Rodenstock APO Ronar-CL 480/11 in barrel
  • Minolta Spotmeter F
  • Changing Bag
  • Kodak Readyload Holder
  • Kodak Readyload Film
  • Dark cloth that is made of rain proof material and may double act as rain cover for the camera
  • Toyo Focusing Aid
  • Composing frames 4x5 inch and 2x2.5 inch.
  • Smallest possible device for calculating bellows extension
  • Cokin P Filter holder with appropriate adapter rings and hood
  • Tiffen ND grad 2 step filter with soft edge
  • Hi-Tec ND grad 2 step filter with hard edge
  • 3 step ND filter for longer exposures with a large format lens without shutter
  • Cokin polarizer
  • Cokin 1/3 warming filter (81B)
  • Opaque white plastic sheet in Cokin P size for pre exposure
  • Photoflex 0.3 m Litedisk silver/white
  • Tea Spoon
  • Small Compass
  • Binoculars
  • Swiss Army knife
  • Nowadays it is mostly a Gitzo 1227 carbon fibre tripod with a Giotto MH 1001 Ball Head. If I know that I will not move around I still use my home made wooden tripod with Schoon ball head.
    The  Giotto MH 1001 Ball Head weigh 360 grams and is able to handle the loads I use in a fairly good manor. This is a substantial weight reduction compared to my old large Benbo ballhead. All my ballheads are equiped with Manfrotto/Bogen hexagonal quickrelease plates.