The list author says: "I made this list a few years ago with the intention of showing what I thought most photographers would need. I came back and updated this list to only show the things I already use or will someday use. The reason I have made this update is that I have found that what a photographer needs truly varies on the style they are looking to achieve. I have my opinions on why I like the lenses I do, and my own justifications for why I choose to buy what I buy, but I also can see the arguments for doing it a different way. It being different does not make choices less valid, but will achieve a different style. Hopefully you find my take on some of these items useful to however you plan to shoot."
"this is next on my list to buy. some folks might come here and see the list i am making and notice it is all prime, and ask "well why don't you just by a fixed aperture zoom lens?" i certainly could, but in my experiences they have been slower and not nearly as sharp."
"I would like to soon add the 28mm G series lens to my bag as well. I have seriously considered the 24mm however it is 2k, or more than 3 times the cost of this lens, and I don't know how much value an extra 4mm will add."
"i like this bag for the aesthetic, however in practice it is not as practical as I would have hoped. It is a little bulky and does not hold as much as I would like to carry at times. It is still well constructed and has saved my camera from a couple of rough drops."
"I love this flash, would like to upgrade some day. This flash should come with a diffuser and some filters, and that is all I have ever needed. I tried the lightsphere diffusers and did not like them. I found the cap style to be far more effective for my style."
"I will likely upgrade to this body at somepoint, however I am hopeful I can either upgrade to the next generation of it. It is a powerhouse of a camera but has some features that are rather annoying. It is rare I will ever need 36 megapixels for anything"