Gear is something many photographers covet or merely use as a means to an end. The chase for better cameras, lenses, and gadgets rarely leads to better photographs unless the photographer gets out and uses them. If I were a rich man I might have a more diverse bit of gear and certainly newer digital gear. But I find I only shoot occasionally so I do not need to invest in latest and greatest. If a wealthy benefactor would like to bequeath an inheritance, I would not turn them away.
Ikeda Anba wooden field 4×5 with 65mm,90mm,135mm, 150mm, 180mm, 210mm, and 250 lenses.
1963 Leica M3 35mm rangefinder film camera. With Leica MR light meter.
Voigtlander Bessa R3M rangefinder film camera. 250th anniversary edition.
Voigtlander Lenses for Leica and Bessa 25mm Color Scopar, 35mm Color Scopar PII, 40mm Nokton, and 50mm Heliar. Leica 90mm.
Minolta x700 SLR 35mm film with 50mm, 100mm, and 135mm lenses. Power drive from Russia. I would like to trade this for a Canon EOS3 one day so my digital 35mm and film cameras can share lenses.
Canon 10D (6MP) DSLR, 14mm Sigma, 24-70L, and 100-400L.
+ A couple of point and shoot Canons, Olympus, and my iPhone 5.