I love older analogue cameras! Two of my favorites wich i use a lot is a Nikon FE2 and a Leica M6, and my favorite lens for both cameras is 50 mm.
It’s a really nice feeling to operate the manual settings and not be able to see the results instantly on the a LCD-screen at the back of the camera. It does something with my shooting and the moment when the picture is taken.
Everything feels more real and makes me feel more in the presence of what I do.
The analogue Nikon and the Leica has also led to that I made a change of my digital system camera to a Fujifilm XT1.
And the main reason for the change is that XT1 is very similar to Nikon FE2 in the manual handling with the controls on the top of the camera.
The image processing in the camera provides very nice pictures and I also like the size of the camera.
For this camera i mostely use my 35 mm/1,4 R.
Mamiya RB67 is a heavy medium-format camera with a wide angle lens. Is a camera i use a lot when i take nature and landscape photos. I love the 6X7-size ot the negatives and the feeling of the workflow and the shuttersound is beautiful.
Another medium-format camera that tend to use lot my Zeiss Ikonta M with a Tessar 3.5, wich delivers beautiful 6×6 negatives with a lot of personality and character .
The smallest camera i own and often bring with me is a Olympus XA, a little beast with a great lens often loaded with a Tri-X 400.
I also have some other analog cameras; Aires Reflex TLR, Zeizz Ikon Nettar, Nikon 35 LW, Konica 35, Yasica 35 MF.