35mm film cameras include my first, a Minolta SRT 101, then to Nikon FE, F3HP, 8008, F4, F5, then to Canon 1VHS. Liked them all for what they were.
Then there was an affair with the Leica M4, 6's and 7's -- I love the Leica M, but again for what it is.
In MF I owned Hassy 500, Mamiya Press, RZ, 645 Pro, Pentax 645. Of those, my best images came from the Mamiyas, most from the RZ.
Then I wanted movements and started with LF. First was a Technikardan, then looking for lighter, a Phillips, then an Arca F-Metric (with micro Orbix), an Ebony 45SU, and a Chamonix. I won't bore you with my list of studio or 8x10 cameras. In the end, my favorite 4x5s were the F-Metric and Ebony 45SU, but I made some of my best images ever with the TK.
The camera that convinced me digital was real, at least for 35mm, was the original 1D. As soon as I got that, I basically sold all my 35mm film cameras -- even the Leicas. Then the 1Ds was a revelation -- good enough it convinced me to sell my MF film cameras, though I still shot my 4x5's or 8x10's for serious landscape work. Then the P45+ convinced me I no longer needed 4x5 film, so I sold my LF cams.
Today I am down to three basic kits: Phase P65+ -- love the Mamiya lenses, love the files from that back. For faster action, I have a basic 1Ds3 kit with a few lenses. And for my P&S camera, I have a GF1 and couple of lenses.
My absolute favorite and most fun camera to use of all time, probably a tie between the Arca F-Metric and the Ebony 45SU.