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...
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
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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.
Sometimes I post my photos on flickr
Sometimes I update my tumblr
I think I love too much the F90X: just bought another one!
Fed 2, 4, 5
Zenit 11, 12XP
Olympus OM-1 MD, OM-1N, OM-2N, OM-2SP, 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.
Adding to my previous post is an F4S just purchased from another APUG'er (thanks Ed!) that I'm looking forward to taking out for some exercise (darn this work stuff, gets in the way of photo-fun...)