Fujifilm X-T5 - My workhorse 40 megapixel stills camera since it came out last year. I've run tests against a 45mp Nikon Z7II and there is nothing in it. It's 6 of one 1/2 dozen of another. Ian Worth on his Youtube vlog tested his X-H2 (same 40 mp sensor as the X-T5) against a Canon R5 and came to the same conclusions. The camera is a pleasure to shoot with and does feel more like a camera than a computer with a lens on front.
Fujifilm X-H2 - My go to video camera for my Youtube channel and my back up stills camera. The interface is different from the X-T5, but I can't say I like it any less, it's just - different. Very solid camera that always delivers the goods.
Fuji XF 10-24mm WR - This lens is my do it all wide angle. I use it mainly for video in the field with my X-H2, but on the occasion that I need something wider than my 16-55 I have this always with me. Some have said it's not good enough for the 40mp sensors, but the copy I have works just fine and I trust it to deliver the goods for my stills photography needs.
Fuji XF 16-55mm WR - Pro grade Fuji gear for sure. It's 99.8% as good as the best XF primes and all in one package. I got by for a lot of years without this lens but the jump to 40mp's made it finally worth getting for me. I'm glad I did, it's now my most used lens.
Fuji XF 70-300mm WR - The Fuji equivalent of a full frame 100-400mm but it's 100-450mm's and only $700 and 1 pound instead of $2500 and 3 pounds. Absolutely stunning image quality. A wonderful lens.