Mamiya RB67 / Mamiya KL 127mm f/3.5
If you want to go all out, this is the camera for you. She is an unruly beast that will test your physical limits. A wonderful, beautiful machine that is capable of stunning portraits, magnificent landscapes, and just about anything else you can throw at her. If you want to include your daily dose of exercise while you shoot, I suggest this. At the end of the day, it will be worth the effort it took to lug it around....trust me.
Yashica MAT-124 / 80mm f/3.5
If there's one camera that surprised me the most, it's the MAT-124. I wasn't expecting much from this little powerhouse, but the images it produces are some of the sharpest I've seen. Like most TLR's, it is a joy to use and brings a sense of nostalgia with it. The size makes it ideal for travel and can easily be thrown in a small bag. The all metal build makes it feel solid and you definitely don't have to baby this camera. It's a fun camera.
Nikon 35Ti / Nikkor 35mm f/2.8
I needed another 35mm camera like I needed a hole in my head. I saw this camera online and it was one of the most beautiful cameras I'd ever seen. I wanted one. The dials remind you of a vintage race car; Speedometer, Tach, Fuel gauge, etc. It's awesome. The images are on par with many other PaS cameras in this market. What makes the 35Ti stand out is the metering. Spot....On...every time. The metering in this camera was years ahead of it's production date. You don't have to worry about exposure that's for sure. It handles anything you can throw at it. This IS the perfect pocket travel camera for everyday use.