Cameras old enough to be your father
Not much of note here, except for the fact that this is all analogue equipment. There's something of film and paper and trays of chemicals in a darkened room that really suits my temperament.
Bronica GS1 - 6X7 - A standard wedding/portrait camera from the 1980s
Rolleiflex 3.5f - Planar lens - An outstanding camera from 1959
Holga 120N - The plastic fantastic toy camera
Calumet CC-400 - a nice, sturdy 4x5 monorail camera. Excellent for learning the basics of large format photography
Nothing special here, just a cheap but functional Hansa condenser enlarger, a standard Gralab300 timer and a nice, sturdy Saunders four-blade easel.
Though I have been told it would not work, or perhaps because I was told it would not work, I have developed a lot of prints using instant coffee as a print developer. Here is my article on the process. (updated February, 2009)
If you've got a working darkroom, please give it a try. (It's easy) I'd love to see more people printing in this way.
Cameras I'd love to own:
I would just love to add a nice folding camera to my kit... I'm particularly drawn to the Super Ikonta line.