Recent project: Bronica SQ Instax Back conversion
My first camera was an Apple Quicktake 100 when I was 6. (Even now I'm surprised my dad let me take his very expensive point and shoots on field trips unsupervised!)
I then recall going to the Quicktake 200, and had several digital fuji cameras after that. I do remember getting some 35mm film developed, but for the most part my dad told me it was too expensive, and besides our cameras didn't work anymore anyway.
In college I picked up a Canon powershot S90 (I was so excited by its long exposure capabilities).
I had another hand-me-down in college, the Panasonic GX-1, which started me down the path of interchangeable lens cameras. I've since had a Panasonic GX-7 (wonderful, but it was lost...), an Olympus OMD-EM5 mark i (which I still use for astrophotography), and an Olympus OMD-EM10 mark ii (which I use for most things, often with either the 17mm or 75mm lens).
The Yashica D was the third camera I had been allowed to take from my grandfather's collection (which was not kept in a dry box, so it suffered a bit with respect to the lens). It was my first waist level viewfinder experience, and got me started on this whole medium-format film adventure. Soon after realizing it would need a (presumably) expensive CLA since the shutter quit working on me one cold evening in a parking lot, I soon progressed to having bad GAS (gear acquisition syndrome) and now have a Bronica GS-1, Bronica SQ-B, two large format cameras, and a Fuji GS645S. My shoulders scream every time I go on vacation.