Minolta Hi-Matic F. A small rangefinder introduced in 1972. I've probably had 10 or so through the years. I haven't fully tested this one yet because of the discontinued PX640 1,35V battery it needs. I think you can replace it with some standard LR-44:s but I'm not sure.
Voigtländer Vito C. Manufactured in West Germany between 1960-67. Excellent condition.
Polaroid 636 Closeup. Easily the best one this week. 90's polaroid, plastic lens, 600-type film. Awesome.

Polaroid Colour Swinger. Uses Type 88 film, which to my knowledge is discontinued. Honestly it's quite ugly, but any camera with a rainbow on it belongs on my shelf.

Pentax PC35AF Date. A heavy (feels like a brick) 35mm compact with a data back.
Kodak Cameo II. Tiny. One of the smallest 35mm compacts I own. Hideous flash.