Would you believe that this image was taken with a Canon Rebel and a kit lens? I wouldn't either, but since I'm the one that took it, I can assure you that indeed, it was a Canon Rebel, a T5i to be more precise and my 18-55mm kit lens.
But, wait, how on earth a camera with a 7 year old sensor (not literally, I mean the technology of the sensor) and a crappy kit lens can take a nice image such as this one?
This is just to prove that the camera and lens we use are less important than other things photographically speaking. Yes, a recent full frame camera and a nice pro lens would be amazing for this shoot, but I promise you, the results wouldn't be that much different, maybe a tiny bit, but not by a large margin.
That's because things like good lighting and knowing what you are doing are even more important. You may have the greatest camera, but without any good light you are on your own pal. I've had good enough cameras, with really nice sensors, and in crappy light I took the same lame images that a cell phone would take.
Know how to light your subject and you will create amazing images, not to say this image is amazing, but it's pretty decent, and my merit was to take it with a pretty average dslr. That showed me that I can do nice things with what I have.
Learn to use your camera, learn about lighting and take your skills to the next level. That's more important than the camera you use.