The only thing I actually carry every day is my Sony Xperia Go phone. It takes decent photos as long as the light is good, but is miserable in anything but optimal lighting conditions. I am a keen photo enthusiast, and as a freelance journalist, I often take my own photographs, so I guess that makes me somewhat of a semi-pro. My "real" camera is a Nikon D7000. I have three lenses for it: A Nikkor 50mm f 1.8 for closeups and portraits, a cheap Tamron 50-200mm tele zoom for when I need a long lens, and a wonderful Sigma 18-50mm f 2.8 for everything else. I also have an old Nikon Speedlight S600 flash that works well, despite taking a few falls. I hardly ever use a tripod, but I do have a cheap Velbon lying around. Bagwise, I have an old Lowepro top loader zoom for when I only carry my camera with one lens, a Lowepro SlingShot 100 AW for reportage work, and a Think Tank Airport Essentials for travel. I also still have an Olympus OM-1 with a couple of lenses, and shoot a few rolls of BW film every year just for fun. Alas, I don't have my own darkroom, and rarely find the time to make prints anymore.