FG-20 was my first film SLR; still have it. thing feels like garbage but it's such a fantastic camera. ergonomically perfect (overhanging shutter speed, analog-needle exposure meter), tiny, lightweight, and while it may not feel up to taking much of a beating with how flimsy the advance-lever is, it's certainly been up to the task of keeping up with me, and even saving my butt once while i was on a cross-country cycling trip on roads so rough they unscrewed the front retaining ring on one of my voigtlander LTM lenses.
i know it's not an FG, but i still thought it deserved honorable mention. likewise for the 50/1.8 E -- a lot of people knock on them, but if you know what you're doing, they're a fantastic walkaround lens capable of impressive shots (although they're a bit soft wide open and benefit from use of a hood).
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