What's in my bag? - aldo cingolani

Are you curious about what my beloved photographic bag contains?!

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Canon 7D mark II.
Well known for its 10 FPS (frames per second) continuous shooting, it is mostly suitable for wildlife (especially birding) and sports.
Bought second hand in October 2015, it has accompanied me for almost two years now. 
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Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 USM L IS II.
It's one of the supertelezooms every wildlife photographer would want to have in their equipment. It features an extra ordinary sharpness throughout its focal range, even at wider apertures.
Bought new in April.
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Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM.
I usually adoperate this handy lens when I want to stay light without depriving myself the chance to capture some far-off targets. It is a very decent alternative to the 100-400.
Bought it new in February after getting rid of its brother (Canon EF-S 55-250 f/4-5.6 mm IS II).
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Canon EF 85 mm f/1.8 USM.
Great for portraits, this is the last addition to my equipment; yet I still have not had a good chance to test it on field. 
Bought it new just two months ago to replace – IMHO – a not satisfactory 50 mm.
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Sigma AF 17-50 mm f/2.8 EX DC HSM OS. 
Whenever I hit a new place and I am pretty sure there is no wildlife to spot, there is no doubt: this is the lens my camera will mount. Fast focusing and very sharp, it hardly ever disappoints when it comes to street photography and, why not, landscapes.
Bought it second hand over one year ago.
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Canon EF-S 10-22 mm f/3.5-4.5 USM.
The non-plus-ultra for APS-C landscape photographers. In spite of being a very old lens, chromatic range and sharpness have no equals among the ultra-wide zooms from the Canon family.
Bought it second hand over one year ago.
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