I'm currently using all Canon equipment, based around the excellent Canon EOS 5D Mark III.
With this body, I use L series lenses, and my current roster includes the 24-105mm L, the 17-40mm L, 70-200 f4 L, and a 300mm f4 L, all delivering exceptional results. I also own a 50mm f1.4 prime, which I find excellent for low level shooting including time exposures.
I've recently started experimenting in pole photography, using a Weye Feye wireless transmitter which works superbly with both camera bodies and my mobile phone.
For backup, I have my trusty Canon EOS 40D body, and for mobile situations, a Canon G9 compact.
Home processing is carried out with either Adobe Photoshop CS6 or Lightroom 5 software.
Prior to digital, I started off with some basic 35mm kit, shooting mainly black & white but occasionally colour. Over the years, kit included Canon TX, AE-1, A1, F1, T90, EOS 5 and Olympus 35RC film cameras. I have also used medium format, with Mamiya 645 1000s and a variety of lenses.
I use an Epson 4990 flatbed for scanning of older film material, while current digital material is recorded in RAW, and then processed in Adobe Photoshop CS6. Where noise/grain reduction is required, I use Neat Image as a plug in to Photoshop, and iRecover for any disaster recovery from memory discs.
Back up is through an external hard drive as well as the excellent JustCloud facility.