Minolta XG-M with MD Rokkor 50mm f/1.4. The flagship of the XG-series, introduced in 1981. Large apeture lens, always nice. There was also a Sunpak auto 422 D Thyristor flash in the deal.
Ricoh 500 G. Compact rangefinder, introduced in 1972. Tiny Rikenon 40mm f/2.8 lens.
Canon EOS 500N with EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6. A small SLR, introduced in 1996. Right after I shot the picture I found a Sunpak B 3600 AF flash wich I didn't even know I had. Perfect. I don't really like the silver versions of EOS cameras, but I figured I could have one.
Minolta Maxxum 5000i with Maxxum AF Zoom 35-70mm f/4. Also known as Dynax 5000i when it was introduced in 1989 on the European market. The I stood for "Intelligence". Flashy.
Minox 35 ML. Teeny tiny, almost spycam, kind of small. I've always liked them but I still haven't learned to tell all the models apart. EL, GL, GT, MB, ML, PL and whatever. The 35-series was introduced at Photokina in 1974.