First of all every landscape photographer's three legged best friend, the tripod. I have a Manfrotto 190go! It's a very light sturdy and durable tripod with twist lock legs. I use a Manfrotto ball head, the XPRO Ball Head in magnesium with 200PL plate, it's very reliable and accurate.
My backpack is a Lowepro Protactic 450AW. Fits all my gear nicely and comfortably. Nice design with the ability to add accessories to the outer webbing. Sturdy compartments let's you position all your stuff together without any stress.
My Nikon D800 with L - bracket & Spider holster wrist strap
I use the following lenses for landscape photography.
Nikkor 16-35mm f4 VR equipped with a 77mm wide angle adapter ring + LEE lens cap
Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8 equipped with a 77mm adapter ring + LEE lens cap
Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8 VRII equipped with a 77mm adapter ring + LEE lens cap
Nikkor 50mm f1.8G AF-S
Without any doubt, every landscape photographer must have is a pouch of ND filters.
I use the LEE 100mm system
Stored in a Lowepro S&F Filter pouch which holds my 11 filters+holder nicely. I have the following list.
LEE filter Holder
Benro 4 stop ND
LEE little stopper ( 6stop)
LEE big stopper ( 10stop)
LEE super stopper (15stop)
LEE 0.9 (3stop) soft graduated filter
LEE 1.2 (4stop) soft graduated filter
LEE 0.9 (3stop) medium graduated filter
LEE Mist filter kit comprising of Mist grad, Stripe & Center
LEE 105mm landscape polarizer.
LEE soft cloth
LEE triple pouch cloth
LEE Filter cleaning solution
6. Triggers & remotes
I make sure to always have with me 3 triggers & remotes. Just in case one goes wet, battery drains, or any other incident. Remote triggers & controls are most of the time needed in landscape photography, therefore backup is a must!
I use an intervalo-meter which can be used without the batteries. I have a wireless set and a common cheap wired version.
7. Memory cards
I would always carry with me at least ten labelled with numbers 32GB memory cards, I keep them in a Lowepro S&F memory card pouch, all Sandisk Extreme pro, very fast cards both transfer and read.
8. Spare batteries
In my bag I always keep two Nikon EN-EL15 also labelled with numbers so I can keep track of which ones are being regularly used and charged. Also I keep 5 ( again labelled :) ) action cam batteries.
9. Action Camera
I carry with me an SJCam SJ6 Legend 4K wifi action cam with waterproof jacket. I don't carry with me any accessories for it.
10. Smaller tripod
I have a Manfrotto pixie small tripod which I use mainly for the action cam.
11. Cleaning items
I keep various items to keep my equipment clean as much as possible. Here is a list
Various micro-fiber cloths
12. Other useful items
Duct tape - It came to the rescue so many times that I cannot live without it
A couple of small garbage bags - After trying out various camera jackets to protect from rain & sea rash, I found out that all of these were not suitable for my needs. They either keep moist or are not comfortable at all. Most of the ones I tried are quite expensive. They take too much space in the bag as well. I found that garbage bag with some duct tape does the trick and takes practically no space in the bag.
Waterproof pouches - ideal for mobile phone or tablet or any other electronics or documents you don't wish to soak in rain/sea rash.
Leatherman Signal - A very useful equipment which also I cannot live without. I keep this in my bag at all times, can come handy in uncomfortable situations.
Journal - A small notebook to jot down ideas and notes while on the field.
Headlamp + extra torch - For those days were I have to walk back to the car in darkness
Thermos - I use a small Thermos which fits nicely in my S&F bottle pouch
Sunglasses - Oakley Batwolf polarized
LED light - A white bright light led lamp which attaches to the backpack straps, ideal for illuminating the ground below your feet and also serves as a flashing signal in case of emergencies.
Carabiner - I keep a carabiner S-Biner 3'' attached to the webbing in case I need to attach something to the bag when I need to keep my hands free.
That's all folks ;) Ala prossima :)