The Super Kinax - The camera I used first - my dads before he got his first 35mm. These were of French manufacture between 1949 and 1952, this one with the "top of the range" Berthiot lens. More info
Now my dad has passed away I now have this camera (pictured below) - as far as I can tell it is still fully functional. At f8 and 1/125th I'm sure it could still turn out a very passible image on "6x9" roll film.
Then came the secondhand Nikkormat Ftn which lasted me all the way through from the mid 1970's to the mid 1980's although I do remember having to get repairs done to the metering system at great expense for the time. It was built to last and one of my friends said you could use one as a football and it wouldn't break.
That was followed in 1985 by the Nikon 301 Nikon F-301 which was a fantastic camera although without AF but it did have a built in three frames per second motor drive (but not rewind) running forever on four AAA cells. I liked it so much I bought a second body, both are still in good working order today.
Then came the digital age. At work we had a Sony Mavica which used a 1.44mb "floppy" disk as its media (it could hold 30 or 40 images) and I guess was revolutionary in its time but not enough to tempt me away from film.
Although there are some phone camera pictures on this blog (mainly the food ones) the rest have been taken with the G3, Canon DSLR's and the G16.
These days I use Photoshop CC, a far cry from the dark room, the smelly chemicals and the red light.