I work will all Canon high end cameras, lenses, speed lights and accessories. Also Magmod modifiers, Polaroid filters, Sony microphones, Ronin stabilizers, Zoom sound recorders. Only the best available.
After the camera, the second most important item having a variety of lenses to choose from.
For weddings, I need to carry a wide angle lens, a zoom lens, a portrait lens and any specialty lenses I that fits with my personal style.
Wide angle lenses for a beautiful church, or a tight spot. For close up shots of small details on the wedding dress, bouquet, or shoes, a macro lens is a must. Prime lenses with a large aperture to get a really nice bokeh effect.
But you know what it makes the whole difference? I have back up for every single item I have, you never know if something could go wrong and it's not a gamble you take as a professional on a client's wedding.
Yes, I know I'm so lucky to own all this high end photography and video equipment, to make sure you know it's mine here is another snap above taken with my phone when I was lining all the items in my studio.
In the photo below you can see me with two cameras using two different lenses to be able to quickly move on to a different lens which will deliver a completely different result without have to stop and change the it, there is just not time for that on a wedding.