35 mm: throwaway
Med. format: yashica tlr
4x5: crown graphic
5x7 / 8x10: cambo
First MF - Kodak Brownie Flash Six-Twenty - hand me down from my mother - early 60s
Polaroids - Swinger and another all plastic model that shot the regular pack film - late 60s early 70s
First 35mm - Olympus auto range finder in the mid 70s, don't recall the model number
4x5 -Super Speed Graphic
1st camera: 31/4 X 41/4 C.P. Goerz.
First 35mm Canon AE-1 (when I was 15)
First Medium- Mamiya RB67
First 4x5- Sinar F
First 8x10- Winser
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As I was writing!
1 Praktica 35 mm
35mm SLR Pentax K1000
6x6 Yashica Mat 124G
6x7 Pentax 67II
4x5 Sinar F2
8x10 Zone VI (Pre-Calumet, "Gold" hardware)
35mm R/F camera Zeiss Contax 11
35mm SLR Praktica Super TL
M/F Yashica 124 G
Who remembers my first...
a Brownie Starflash (126,127? don't remember that far back). My first VERY OWN!
First 35....a Canon 2
First medium format... a 2X3 Century Graphic
Am I dated myself here, or will you all think I just liked retro cameras?
I'm pretty sure I had some cheapie 35mm point n' shoot in my early teens.
The first camera that I can remember as being mine totally was a Fuji Endeavor APS camera that my parents gave me when I graduated from high school.
My first 35mm SLR was a Canon Rebel 2000.
First 120 camera was a Koni Omega Rapid. The 220 back had a light leak!
First 120 folding camera was a Zeiss-Ikon Nettar 517/16.
First (and so far only) LF is a Pacemaker Speed Graphic.