My Digital Workhorse kit:
Photo management and Editing Software
My Analog film camera collection
Yashica Electro 35 GSN
Yashica Electro 35 GSN rangefinder with Flash, wide angle, and telephoto lens attachments. Equipped with a stunning Yashinon DX 45mm f/1.7. Operates in Aperture-priority automatic mode.
Produced 1973 by Yashica Camera Co., Japan. Currently I have two of these. One is in stellar condition, and one needs a set of seals.
Canonet QL19 rangefinder. Produced c. 1965 By Canon Camera Co., Japan. Equipped with a Canon 45mm f/1.9 lens. Operates in Shutter-Priority Automatic mode. Mine needs work, at the very least, new seals.
Seagull 4B Twin-lens Reflex Medium-format
Produced by the Seagull camera company of Shanghai, China, c. 1968. A cheap Chinese knockoff of the German Rolleicord. Known for pin-sharp optics and sticky shutters. Fully manual, with no exposure meter. Uses 120 medium-format film. You can read more about this camera here. Fun and unpredictable to use.
Seagull 203 Rangefinder Medium-format
Produced c. 1964 by the Seagull company in Shanghai, China. Pretty but non-functioning. Read more here.