Two: N-75 and F-100
I am more interested in MF and LF now.
Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!
Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.
Nikomat FTN and Nikon EM. And a slew of Nikon compacts. Previously had an FM2N and an FG, both of which now belong to other APUG members. I am loving the Nikomat, big, heavy and old, just like me.
Two FEs, an FE2, six N2020s, an N8008S, an N90S, an F90X, four F2s, a Pronea 6i, a Pronea S and about two dozen Nikkormat/Nikomats.
5x F's, F36, F250 black, 3 x F2's(A & As) with all MD/MB's, F2 F250, 2x F3T (Champagne & Black), F3P, all with MD-4, F4's, F5, FM2/T, F60, 2x Nikon S RF, 2x Nikon S2 RF, D2H, D200, D700, 2x35TI, 28TI... nikkormat's.... ok I'm sick...
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FM, FE2, F + FTn (2 of them), F2A, F801...
But none of them see any use anymore; completely replaced by Leica & Rolleiflex 35mm SLRs (and absolutely no regrets, though the F is still a lovely camera).
M6, SL, SL2, R5, P6x7, SL3003, SL35-E, F, F2, FM, FE-2, Varex IIa
F2A, FE, EL2 + Nikkormat FT3 (which I love). Almost forgot, also have an EM and a Pronea S.
Bought the F2A and FE new in 1980. Bought the Pronea (APS SLR) new in 1999. Bought the others used in the past few years.
And I also have replaced them largely with a Rolleiflex 35mm SLR. Love those Zeiss lenses.
I've got an F3, FE2, FM2n, FG and a jammed EM. The FE2 is my favorite followed by the FG and F3 for differing reasons. I've given away an FE that I paid next to nothing for since I knew it would sit in favor of the FE2.
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I think I love too much the F90X: just bought another one!
Fed 2, 5
Olympus OM-1N, OM-2N, OM-4, OM10
A bunch of Nikons
Sold my F90x when I got a F100. Wish I hadn't - there was something very right about it for me though I know lots of people don't get on with them at all.
Also have one F3 (my current favourite) and an F50 which cost me £4.95 and is actually really good.