I started to take photographs in the mid 1950's, beginning with a box camera. The vast majority of the Africa pictures were taken with a Pentax Spotmatic, the colour ones as Kodachrome slides. For a short time I also owned a Mamiyaflex C220, a superb camera and a few of its pictures are in the Rhodesia galleries.
The early Canada pictures were taken with a Pentax KX and later a Pentax ME. The first digital photos were taken with a 2.1MP non-zoom Sony P&S, then with a Sony V1 or a Sony H1 I bought to get a longer reach. My DSLR pictures in 2006 were taken with a Fuji S2 Pro, but since 2007 I have used a Nikon D80 and a Nikon D40X.
To replace the Sony V1 I purchased a Canon G11, which I liked a lot, but in the last year the control dial became intermittent and not worth the money to fix. Luckily I read a fix that involved spraying a little special contact cleaner , and eventually it worked. I wouldn't recommend it, but it was that or throw the thing in the garbage.
I had purchased a Fuji 300EXR as a truly pocketable camera but found the results I got with it were mixed. So I purchased a 770EXR for a pocket camera, and like it so far, although the screen is useless in bright light. I like the fact that for a truly pocketable camera it has a RAW capability
Then I purchased a Nikon D5100 which I use for most of my more serious work. And I bought a used Fuji X-A1 to lighten the load when walking around, but although I was pleased with the quality and the IQ, the lack of a viewfinder made it useless in bright sunlight so I traded it on a demo X-Pro 1 that I'm learning to use.