My main camera for landscape photography is currently the Fujifilm GFX50R. This has a 51.2mp Medium Format sensor that produces images with incredible detail and superb colour. The 4x3 aspect ratio of the camera is well suited to landscape work. I have lenses ranging from 30mm to 200mm for this camera (equivalent to 24mm - 160mm on a full frame camera).
I also use the Nikon D850, a 45mp full frame DSLR, which is more versatile in many circumstances due to it's faster handling and extensive choice of lenses. My lenses for the D850 range from 24mm to 600mm.
I also like to produce images using traditional film cameras. These range from Leica 35mm rangefinders, to a Medium Format Hasselblad, to a Linhof Technikardan 5x4 Large Format camera.
Each of these cameras have advantages for different subjects, and conditions.
The Leica M is the perfect camera for street photography. It is small and quick to operate, and the gritty black and white images it produces suits the subject matter.
The Hasselblad is small enough to carry over rough terrain, but produces a negative that is large enough to produce prints that are very detailed, and have a great tonal range.
The Large Format camera is equipped with full movements of the lens and film planes to allow complex perspective, and focussing adjustments. It produces a negative with an astonishing amount of detail; Ideal for large prints.
I use Gitzo tripods to support the cameras when out in the landscape. For precision compositions I use an Arca Swiss C1 geared head. This head allows independent 3 axis micro adjustment. A ball head is used when I want to work faster.
I use the Lee filter system to control exposure with graduated filters, and enhance colours using a polariser.
I mainly use Lowepro bags as they are well constructed and offer flexible storage.