First Nikon purchased in 1965 w/50mm 1.4 lens shown - for around $400 I think
A mechanical work of art!
Nikon F2 added in the early 70's. Shown with the 24mm f/2.8 Nikkor.
Nikkor 135mm f/2.8 (pre-AI)
The 135mm f/2.8 on end, hood extended
35mm f/2 Auto Nikkor (pre-AI) - one great lens - notice the wear marks!
300mm f/4.5 Auto Nikkor (pre-AI, but AI'd for use on the D200) - not a bad lens but it has been replaced with a new 300/4 AFS Nikkor (one sweet lens).
Canon AE-1 - my wife's camera when I married her (she didn't know any better poor girl).
Mamiya C330 - shot a lot of weddings with this - very nice.
Removable viewfinder with magnifying hood. Quick framing was possible with the hood by collapsing the front.
Film winder - single/multi exposure option.
Extending the bellows for close-ups required exposure compensation indicator.
The 80mm f/2.8 gave great results.
The leaf shutter allowed full flash sync at all speeds.
The 55mm f/3.5 micro Nikkor (pre-AI, but AI'd). Great with the D200 too.
Same 55mm micro.
Canon Elph - nice APS pocket camera with magnesium body.