*This is NOT a showing off exercise... rather it is to see what people shoot with, why and what they would like to experiment with next*

As some of you might had guessed, I'm primarily a Canon digital shooter (EOS 20D with too much cheap glass). I also shoot in film on my older Canon EOS300... but more recently, I'm shooting on a Holga (a cheap plastic medium format camera)

With the EOS's, I get the flexibility I want with a big system like that... but with the holga, I get the unpredictability that's removed from most modern cameras today. Plus it makes me think more when taking a pic...

Next steps: probably another canon, but I might get a medium format Bronica next... just for the fun of shooting an image.

So what about you?

(Edited for a silly mistake and spelling)
I still work in black and white film (with the classic 12 minutes develop, water stop, 4 minutes fix, 20 minute wash and pray), then spending the next week or so getting the print right (I did this during my photography classes last year - we did film, digital, and then whatever we wanted)

Admittedly, there is still nothing than the satisifcation of processing a film yourself... and realising that the negatives are good, and not fogged, damaged and haven't curled up too much
the specifics of what people are using here are interesting to me.

I use a mamiya twin Lens reflex (medium format)
love it - have been slowly piecing together a Hasselblad over the years also.
nikon f & nikon n90 - mostly a 28mm lens lately
4X5 pinhole camera (leonardo wide pinhole with a 545 polaroid back)
color slide film= cibachromes
and lots of tri-x - process/print etc. my own b&w

digital : panasonic lumix
Canon 400D, my walk-around zoom is EF-S 17-85mm IS USM.
Also have a EF 100mm f.28 MACRO.

I love my pair of lenses, 17-85 fits most of my everyday use. The MACRO lens is great, real sharp, focusing is a little slow, but hey, what else do you expect from a macro lens? In fact, I rather enjoy manually focusing with my 100mm.

Can't afford an L lense just yet, plus I think I need a flashgun before that, furthermore, I am eyeing up the EF-S 70-300mm DO IS USM.

when I plan to take pictures I use my canon digital rebel, but I most often use a canon sd40... it's so tiny I always have it with me (love that little thing)
I have been shooting with a new digital for the last month - Canon Digital Rebel XTi. I still love and use my Canon Elan 7e for film. I really miss the eye-based focus of the 7e on the DR. I wish they'd included it.
So what are you shooting with?

With hopeful anticipation I get a great shot or two..!

Nikon D70 with 18-70mm, 28-300mm
Nikon F75 with 28-100mm (Generally B+W and Transparency)
Canon Powershot A630
Pentax SF7 (not used in years)

Ah yes... Hope.

The one thing we all shot with.. and luck too ;)
I use a d70s with the kitlens 35-70mm and a sigma 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 APo
The sigma does the job but i really long till I can afford buying something with much faster af..
I'm really happy with the kitlens though.
kitlens plus my SB-800 always makes my day when I'm down =)

the mobilecamera or my nikon coolpix3500 sometimes come in handy too..
Analogic with Canon EOS 500, but since couple of months its stopped since i bought digital Casio EX-Z750, and saving money for Nikon D80. In the meantime i've stolen brother's Canon 20D
I recently got a Nikon D80 with an 18-200mm lens, which I use for everything. I wouldn't mind getting my hands on a super-wide lens like the 12mm, that or a fisheye. So far, the Nikon's performed well.
I use a Nikon D200 with a Sigma 24-70 f2.8 (not too bad, but not great either) and a Nikkor 50mm f1.8 (which is fantastic, every Nikon users should have one).

I also have a Velbon Sherpa tripod and a kinda DIY studio light.

Also Gaffa Tape. This is one of the most important things you can have for doing still lives.
The classic 50mm lens...

Small light, and works a lot of the time. Also cheap as chips

(and yes ... I have the Canon equivalents... my cheap as chips studio lens)
Olympus E-500 with the two kit lenses
Zuiko 14-45mm
Zuiko 40-150mm
I also just purchased the 35mm macro lens which is extremely sharp and cheap.
Almost forgot my old buddy. Minolta SRT-100 with Rokkor 28mm,45mm,50mm,55mm,135mm,200mm lenses. I primarily shoot with my Olympus, but I still love my minolta. For a camera that's as old as me, it still gives great results.
Canon Powershot A540, and my Motorola V3x often

edit: I meant V3i.
Never underestimate the power of those cameraphones...

Yes the lenses aren't exactly the best optics, and the sensors aren't exactly... well ... brilliant on some models.

But they are excellent "situation" cameras and for places where your regular camera just won't cut it...
I have a canon S3 IS this is my first digicam ever its an SLR lite
wth 12X optical zoom.. I also have a W700i cellphone which has a decent camera and is quite handy
I work with Canon Digital IXUS 65 and Zenit-E.
I love working with that old Zenit.
I take black and white pictures with it.
I shoot mainly black and white film with a nikon n75, i also have a film canon rebel. My favorite lens is my 50mm f/1.4 nikkor. I would love to shoot digital on the side but its out of my budget for now.
I shoot with canon S3is, no other accessories yet.. just bought few months ago, so I'm also new to photography..
i shoot with a nikon d100 and its nice
I shoot with a Nikon D200 and an F100.My lenses are Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8, Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6, Nikon 85mm f/1.8..I also use an SB800 flash and I have 2 extreme III's at 4GBs..This is all that I pretty much need to get the result that I want, but recently I've been contemplating on getting a 200mm for those hard to reach situations=)
Well I have been taking photos for about 5 months now, I have the Canon EOS 400d and twin lens kit, recently bought two news lenses the Sigma 50-500 and Tokina 12-24. Having a blast and certainly see lots of benefits in getting the higher quality lenses. The Canon is versatile but I have seen great shots here with so many camera variations.
Sony Alpha A100 with kit lenses: 75-300/4.5-5.6 (so so), 18-70/3.5-5.6 (not bad), and with Minolta lenses: 50/1.7 (excellent) and 35-80/4-5.6 (not bad). My experience: fixed lenses are better than zooms and if zooms its must have aperure not less than 2.8-3.5.
I also use Minolta 300si (film camera SLR) and Minolta Z1 my first digital.
I shot with two cameras. In digital with a Pentax K100D. I like it. It is pratical and flexible. With film I have a Lubitel 2... an old 60x60mm CCCP camera. I like your deep and the mood of this camera
I use a fuji finepix s6500fd i only bought it a week ago yesterday, its a really good start camera for me and im still learning how to use it. one problem i find though is when i import on my mac, Iphoto resizes all the photo really small which is anoying. also its not english weather tollerent it has a go but some pictures turn out very dull but i guess thats england for yah.

next im not quite saw i like the look of nikon's but im not really sure im going to need to upgrade any time soon. but when i do, its gonna cost me alot most probly.
I use a Canon Eos 350D with an 18-55 and a 55-200mm lens. I also have a Fuji Finepix F470 pocket camera.

And I have taken one decent picture with my Nokia phone.
Currently I use a Canon 350D camera with the following lenses:

Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5 - f/4.5 USM
Canon EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 V USM
Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM

Plus tripods, monopods etc. (don't use flash)
DSLR is Canon XTi and Sony DSC-P200 for P&S. Would love to try film some day.
I use a $60 4 megapixel camera I got at Wal-Mart.
I put a 2GB SD card in it so I can just keep clicking.
Looks like a lot of you have some serious cameras and I
have seen how good the pictures get. I just don't need all that and I get fairly good pics out of my camera.
a S3 IS... so light and is amazing...
Hi I'm shooting with a nikon d40x duo kit, so a 18-55 and 55-200vr lens. I think its a great camera, makes very beautiful pics.
Missing a dustfilter and a lightstrong lens 1.8. But still saving for that..

Regards.. Jan
Nikon D70s, Nikon F65 + Tamron 28-75 F/2.8 + SB-600 + some minor bits as main set of tools. As a latest addition SE K800i ;-)
Just bought a Nikon D40 and I'm in love as a teenager after the first kiss... if you know what I mean ;)
I shoot with a bulky Konica Minolta DiMage Z20 (capitalized M in DiMage on purpose). Pretty good, great wide angle lens installed inside, it's just a fixed lens camera. 5.0 megapixels, 8x optical zoom + 4x digital zoom, 36-290mm lens. Kinda hard to work out the focus, but macros usually come out satisfactory. Optional B&W, sepia, and vivid color effects interchangable via a menu.

I want to move ahead to a DSLR soon.
BenQ DC E30, 6 Meg Pix, Ext. 128 SD, LCD

1. Nightmare to use at night
2. In white light pics become blue
3. Flash takes lot of time to recharge
4. Need to keep my hand steady or the snap will go blur
I use the great Pentax K 10D that I bought with the SMC Pentax DA 16-45mm f/4 ED AL lens . I recently added a nice Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG.
always, its hard to bring along a bulky dslr
most my pic were taken by HP camera k800 .. only few with Canon 350d
for bodies

Canon 30D
Canon Rebel XT
Canon Rebel X

for lenses

Canon kit lens 18-55mm
Canon 28-80mm
Canon 50mm 1.8
Sigma 70-200mm

don't use the film camera as much any more but i still take it whenever im out.
to tengham

I've got the Sigma 28-105 for my Eos50E and I thought I could use it with my 20D. At first disappointed as AF did not work, however with manual focusing it does the trick and I mustsay focusing is quite easy even for my...eyes
Hi all, I'm new here!

My gear includes:
Nikon FM2 - 35mm f/2; 50mm f/1.8, 80-200mm f/2.8
Olympus XA
Yashica T5
Ricoh Prego Micron w/ 24mm
Fuji F31d (Digital)
Nokia 6234 cameraphone

The film cameras have been collecting dust for quite a long time now and I intend to use them more often in 2008!

Nice to meet you!
either a disposable film camera or a canon A-95 digital. i recently bought an old Canon A-1 35mm film camera, which is very beutiful, but will only be used when I can afford film processing. Anyone can easily tell from my photos that I can't afford a tripod, and and a long lense is not necessary as most photos are never more than a few feet away around here, so I just wade in and shoot , right up close, then run like buggery.
Camera : Nikon Coolpix 5100 (always in my pocket and for digiscopie) and D200 for all.
Lens : Nikon 17/55 f2.8 - 20/200 f2.8 - 300 f2.8
Flash SB800
Fotostation Pro and Photoshop CS2 (at home)
Photoshop 5 LE !!! (at work)
Sony Alpha 700, but all the sets before May '08 are taken with Konica Minolta 7D.

16 mm f/2.8 Fisheye [KM]
28-105 mm f/3.5-4.5 Xi [KM]
70-200 mm f/2.8 G [Sony]
100 mm f/2.8 Macro [Sony]
100-400 mm f/4.5-6.7 APO [KM]
500 mm f/8 Reflex [KM]

In the pocket:
Samsung NV10.
I shoot my beautifull FUJI Film FinePix S100fs.
11,1 mega,
optical zoom 14,3
2,8 - 400mm
F2,8-F11 to F5,3-F11
1/4s to 1/4000s
I love IT.
I don't need anything alse
I'm head over heels with my Olympus E-30
I too use an Olympus, the E-5, which is an incredible camera. Love the colors it produces, and the detail I get with my lenses is phenomenal. I also started using my old Panasonic DMC-L1 for just walking around.

Once in a while I shoot medium format film. I use a Bronica S-QAi, Holga, and a weird toy cam from Germany I just got called a Felica. I also like to shoot Polaroids.
I shoot with a sniper!

Cartridge .338 Lapua Magnum

with MER aka Maximum Effective Range 1,300-1,600 m... Yeah It coasted me a lot of bucks! But I got it from Links of london! Love it!
Canon 40D and 5D Mark II
Canon 70-200mm 2.8
Canon 100mm 2.8
Canon 80mm 1.8
Sigma 10 mm 2.8
Sigma 18-50 2.8
Canon 28 mm 1.8
Pentacon six TL with 80mm 2.8