This is mine.
|Camera. And bag. Heavy duty, practical, low key. (The camera and the bag.)|
|A camera in a camera.|
|My favourite lens. A rather old and slightly broken manual 135mm f2.8. Lovely.|
|Something for all seasons.|
|8, 17-70, 50, 50-300, 100, 135|
And a piece of junk 2x teleconverter, which I have used precisely twice when taking shots of the moon.
No. No tripod, usually. I do actually own a very good Benbo that my local Jehova's Witness gave to me (no, really). It's great but far too big to carry around, so I've only used it a couple of times (inside my flat, again, taking photos of the moon!). And I do have a tiny little "micropod" which slips into a pocket and can be used to stabilise the camera, as long as you don't need it raised above the surface you have available. But in general, no tripod. I find that on those occasional times I need to stabilise the camera I can usually improvise. And I'd rather travel light.
And no strap. It would have to be a pretty unusual situation for me to put a strap on my camera. It goes in my hand or in the bag.