Mamiya RB-67 This is my most recent purchase. One body, 50mm, 90mm and 180mm lenses, two 120 film backs, a Polaroid film back, left hand grip and waist level finder. Despite this camera's weight, I find it ideal for carrying around on a short to medium walk.
Bronica ETRS I have one body, 50mm and 90mm lenses, waist level and prism finders and a right hand grip.
Rolleicord V This dates from around 1954 and still produces sharp pictures.
Nikon FG I have had this for at least twenty years together with 28-70mm, 135mm, and 80-200mm lenses and a two times convertor. It has never failed and has not needed a repair yet..
Olympus XA This is a miniature 35mm camera with aperture priority metering including a +1.5 stop setting for taking pictures into the light and a rangefinder focussing system. Ideal for taking with you when you don't want to take a camera with you.
Home Made 5" x 4" My first effort at a home made sheet film camera with bellows and a Zeiss Tessar 135mm lens does not fold up making it awkward to carry. I now have plans for a folding version.
Polaroid Pack Film Modification A Poloroid pack film camera with the automatic exposure lens removed and a new front fitted with a 105mm Zeiss Tessar lens.
Polaroid 160 Modification An old roll film Polaroid camera modified to take 120 roll film. Produces six images 6cm x 10cm.
Polaroid 110A Modification Still in progress, to be modified to take 5" x 4" film holders.
Saunders/LPL 6700 My enlarger which takes negatives from 35mm up to 6cm x 7cm. A 5" x 4" enlarger is on the wanted list.